Delavan Lake Fishing, 8/10/20 – 8/17/20August Fishing Browns Channel Fish 2020 Fishing Reports Lake Delavan Lake Delavan Fishing Spots Viewcrest Walworth County Lakes Willow Point Yacht Club
Fishing on Delavan has been a bit tough lately. The boat traffic and fishing pressure both remain very high.
You can still catch some large fish but the numbers have been reduced significantly.
Largemouth bass have moved from the deep weedlines into the shallows in 10 to 12 ft of water. A lot of fish are also being caught around the boat docks. The best docks to fish are on the north shore from the Yacht Club to Willow Point. The best approach is casting small finesse worms in green pumpkin or watermelon seed around the pier posts.
Yellow Perch fishing has been fantastic on the west end by the Viewcrest Bay. You want to anchor the boat in 10 t0 11 ft of water. They are biting on slip bobbers with hellgrammites. Hellgrammites are outfishing any other bait about 5 to 1.
Northern pike fishing has been average. I am starting to pick up a few more in the 12-16 ft depth range right on the weedline. The best approach has been fishing Thill slip bobbers or letting the suckers free swim beneath the boat. I like to place the sucker about 1 ft above the weedline. The best location has been by the gray condos which are located by Assembly Park.
Bluegills are biting in the 12-13 ft depth range. The best location is by Browns Channel or in front of Township Park. The bite of choice is leaf worms fished straight beneath the boat or casting into the weeds. If your casting into the weeds, the trick is to use a lighter sinker, it will help prevent you from getting snagged.
Walleye fishing is slow. Some people are catching a few on leeches, however I spent a whole morning trying to catch them and didn’t even get a bite. Once the water cools some more, fishing for walleyes should improve greatly. The best bite is typically late fall.
Good luck and I hope to see you on the water. For guide parties, please call Dave Duwe at 608-883-2050
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