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Fish Lake Geneva, 10/18/21 – 10/25/21

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

You can’t go anywhere on the lake right now without catching perch.  The hard problem is to find the quality perch.  I like the Belvidere Park flat or Knollwood.  Try slip-bobbers with small minnows.

Fish Lake Geneva, 10/11/21 – 10/18/21

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Largemouth bass have moved shallow.  They can be caught in the 10-14 ft depth range.  Spinner baits or Rattle Traps have been producing most of the action.  Look for the fish in Geneva Bay or by Trinkes.  Some of the fish can also be caught dragging nightcrawlers with a split shot rig in the same […]

Fish, Lake Geneva, 10/04/21 – 10/11/21

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Perch fishing has been fantastic.  The fish are in 12 ft of water.  To catch the bigger fish, you need to use bigger minnows.  You want to slip bobber rig about 1-2 ft off bottom.  The best locations have been by Rainbow point or by Knollwood.

Lake Geneva, 9/27/21 – 10/04/21

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

There are some walleyes being caught at night trolling large crankbaits.  Most of the success is coming off of large Rapalas or deep diving Walleye Bandits.  Chrome/Blue or Chrome/black are the best choices.  Try for the fish in Williams Bay or Trinkes Bay.

Fish Lake Geneva, 9/13/21 – 9/20/21

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Northern Pike action still remains kind of slow.  The fish are still deep and still scattered.  I think we will see a major improvement as the water cools and the fish move up into the weeds.  Look for the fish by Fontana Beach or the North shore of the narrows.  The best approach continues to […]

Fish Lake Geneva, 9/6/21 – 9/13/21

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Lake Trout fishing has started to slow with the cooling water.  The fish aren’t suspended as much and they are laying close to the bottom making them hard to catch.  There are still some people trying for them in the main lake basin.

Fish Lake Geneva, 8/17/21 – 8/24/21

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Northern Pike fishing has been slower than recent years.  You need to fish multiple spots to catch 4-5 fish per 4 hour trip.  For some reason the fish aren’t biting as good as they have in the past.  Lindy rigged suckers are the best approach.  Look for them by the narrows near the red sailboat […]

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