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Lake Geneva, 9/21/20 – 9/28/20

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Rock bass fishing has been excellent.  The bigger fish seem to be in 15-20 ft of water.  However, for better action, the 12 ft range seems to always produce.  No need to get fancy, the old split shot rig and a single hook works fine.

Delavan Lake, 9/21/20 – 9/28/2020

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Largemouth bass have moved off the deep weedline and now are in 10-12 ft of water.  I’ve been fishing either slip bobber rigged suckers or split shot rigged worms.  The key to finding the right location is large holes in the thick weed mat.  Once you find these sandy spots, you basically just cast your […]

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. 

Delavan Lake, 9/7/20 – 9/14/20

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Walleye fishing has been good right at dusk and at dawn.  The fish are still in 16-18 ft of water.  The only time I’ve had any really good success has been in the low light conditions.  Almost all of the fish have been caught on night crawlers. 

Lake Geneva, 9/7/20 – 9/14/20

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Rock bass fishing has been excellent.  The bigger fish seem to be in 15-20 ft of water.  However, for better action, the 12 ft range seems to always produce.  No need to get fancy, the old split shot rig and a single hook works fine.

Delavan Lake, 8/31/20 – 9/7/20

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Bluegill fishing has been awesome.  The fish are either in 20-24 ft of water or 15-17 ft of water.  They are located about 6 inches to 1 ft off bottom.   The average size has been decreasing weekly.  I think the tremendous pressure these fish have been under has reduced the size.  The best location has […]

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.

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