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Delavan Lake, 9/28/20 – 10/5/20

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Walleye fishing remains very slow.  Most of the fish are being caught on small suckers or fat head minnows.  The best depth is about 14-16 ft of water. 

Delavan Lake, 6/22/20 – 6/29/20

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Northern Pike have finally started to bite on the outside weed edge.  I’ve been catching my fish on lindy rigged suckers.  The best depth for me has been 20-26 ft of water.  I’ve been fishing from the Village Supper Club point to the Oriental boathouse.  The size is still a bit small, the biggest fish […]

Delavan Lake, 5/25/20 – 6/1/20

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Largemouth bass are starting to make nests and begin spawning.  Sight fishermen are having the best success.  Look for them in 2-3 ft. of water, associating with hard sand.  The tricky part is trying to present a bait without getting the green slime on it.  I prefer fishing a Texas rigged tube bait, either chartreuse/pepper […]

Delavan Lake, 5/11/20-5/18/20

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Crappies were very sporadic.  I spoke with several people who caught limits in 14-16 ft. of water on the west end of the lake.  The bait of choice for them was small tube jigs fishing for suspended crappies.  When I tried for them, they moved out of the area.  The crappies will bite but it […]

Lake Delavan Fishing Report, 9/30/19 – 10/7/19

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Crappie fishing is still very productive.  They are again in the weeds in 8-14 ft. of water.  Most of the limits are being taken at night, which makes it tough in the cool weather.  Some good locations are the Village Supper Club and in front of Assembly Park.  The best success is produced on small […]

Delavan Lake Fishing Report 7/29/19 – 8/5/19

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Panfish has been fantastic. Limits of fish can be caught in the deep water, 23-24 ft depth works good. Watch your sonar and you will be able to see the schools. The best baits are red worms and green hellgrammites. The best fishing has been to the east of the Yacht Club or by the […]

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