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Fishing Wisconsin June, 2018

Lake Geneva Fishing Report 6/24/18-7/1/18

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Northern Pike fishing is starting to improve with the warming water. The fish are associating to the weed line in 18-22 ft of water. The best location has been by Williams Bay, Geneva Bay or the boat launch in Fontana. In the next week or so, the thermocline should be forming which will push the […]

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Delavan Lake Fishing Report 6/17/18- 6/24/18

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Smallmouth bass have started to pull off the weed line positioning themselves in 18-20 ft of water associating with main lake points. The best location has been by Browns Channel or by Willow Point. Most of my success has come by Lindy rigging or split shot rigging leeches.

Lake Geneva Fishing report 6/17/18 – 6/24/18

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

The bluegill and pumpkin seed bite has been very good in 6-8 ft of water. The best location has been by Yerkes Observatory or in Trinkes Bay. Split shot rigged leaf worms or leaf worms fished on a slip bobber have been producing most of the action. You want to place the bait about 1 […]

Lake Geneva Fishing Report 6/10/18 – 6/17/18

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Smallmouth bass are on the outside edge of the spawning flats. The best location has been by Cedar Point, Linn Pier and Vista Del Lago. The best approach is Carolina rigging 4 inch lizards or tubes. The best color is green pumpkin or root beer. The highest concentration of fish are in the 18-22 ft […]

Delavan Lake Fishing Report 6/10/18 – 6/17/18

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

The most aggressive bite on the lake is the largemouth bass. They are post spawn and moving out of the shallows and positioning on the weed line. I’m finding them in 12-15 ft of water. They can be caught drop shotting 4 inch finesse worms and split shot rigged nightcrawlers. The best color for the […]

Fish Lake Delavan 6/4/18- 6/10/18

Fish Wisconsin

Before the cold front, Delavan Lake was completely on fire for fishing! Almost all species were engaged and the bite was fast and furious. Since the cold front, the bite has slowed a little and the water temperature has dropped by 6-8 degrees making it just a bit more challenging. Largemouth bass have completed their […]

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