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Fish, Lake Geneva, 6/28/21 – 7/5/21

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Lake Trout are still being caught in the main lake basin.  Some success is coming on large chrome/blue Rapalas or chrome/black Rapalas fished on a down rigger.  The best success has been coming on the suspended fish,  80 ft down in 110 ft of water.

Fish Lake Geneva, 6/21/21 – 6/28/21

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Lake Trout are still being caught in the main lake basin.  Some success is coming on large chrome/blue Rapalas or chrome/black Rapalas fished on a down rigger.  The best success has been coming on the suspended fish,  80 ft down in 110 ft of water.

Lake Geneva, 10/19/20 – 10/26/20

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Smallmouth bass are being caught in the 12-14 ft range.  They are aggressively hitting nightcrawlers or football head jigs dragged on the bottom.  On the football head jigs, the best color is rootbeer on a ¼ oz jig head.  The smaller jig head will prevent a lot of the weeds from snagging your bait.  Look […]

Lake Geneva, 9/14/20 – 9/21/20

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Bluegill and sunfish have been great.  The fish are in 21 to 26 feet of water.  Small leaf worms fished on a split shot rig.  Work the bait six inches off bottom.  The fish are off the weeds, I locate the fish locator before I start fishing. 

Lake Geneva, 8/31/20 – 9/7/20

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Bluegill fishing remains excellent.  The best depth has been 20-25 ft of water.  The best bait has been small pieces of nightcrawler or red worms.  The best success has come straight lining beneath the boat and slowly drifting.  I’ve been fishing them by Elgin Club and by Gage Marine.

Lake Geneva, 6/8/20 – 6/15/20

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Perch fishing has been improving.  The fish are starting to move into the 12-14 ft. range.  The fish can be taken on slip bobbers or by drifting nightcrawlers.  The best location has been by Coleman’s point or by Rainbow point.

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

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

 Bluegill and rock bass fishing has been a bit slow as well.  The majority of the fish are still suspending in deeper water.  With warmer water the fish should be moving shallow within the next few weeks.  Right now, you could look for some fish in Williams Bay or Geneva Bay in 7-8 feet of […]

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