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Lake Geneva, 5/18/20 – 5/25/20

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Some small Bluegills can be caught around the boat dock in Geneva Bay.  The best bait is leaf worms fished on a slip bobber.   Within the next few weeks, the bluegills will be in very thick as they begin to spawn. Advertisements

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Lake Geneva Fishing Report 7/22/19 – 7/29/19

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Largemouth Bass can be caught in the shallows or on the deep weedline.  The shallow fish can be caught on split shot rigged nightcrawlers or on top water lures.  The best location has been Trinkes Bay or by Linn Pier.  I’ve been working a depth of 10-12 ft.  Some of the largemouth are starting to […]

Lake Geneva Fishing Report 7/1/19 – 7/8/19

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Bluegill fishing has been good in Geneva Bay.  The bluegills are in 6-8 ft of water in and around the boat docks.  You want to fish with leaf worms or small red worms underneath Thill slip bobbers.  The key has been scattered weeds.  The thick matted weeds haven’t been producing as many fish so you […]

Lake Geneva Fishing Report 6/3/19 – 6/11/19

Yellow perch have been biting in the 8-10 ft depth range.  The best approach has been slip bobber rigging small fat head minnows about 1 ft off bottom.  The best location has been by Belvidere Park or by Knollwood.  You have to do a lot of sorting to catch a few nice ones.

Lake Geneva Fishing Report 9/17/18 – 9/24/18

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Walleye fishing remains excellent when there is any wind at night. The bite is best between 9:00 pm and 2:00 am. Medium diving stick baits have been producing most of the fish. Chrome & blue and chrome & black have been producing well. Fish the stick baits just above the weed line. The best location […]

Lake Geneva Fishing Report 8/27/18-9/3/18

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Bluegills remain in the deep waters, roughly 18-20 ft of water. The fish are associating off the weed lines in the main lake basin. The best location has been by Elgin Club or by Gage Marine. The best approach is fishing leaf worms with a small split shot straight beneath the boat.

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