Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Fish, Lake Geneva, 10/04/21 – 10/11/21


                You will never find a warmer October than we have this year!


The fish are in a bit of a funk due to the extended heat wave we are having.  The lake temperatures have actually been increasing over the past week.

Rock bass can be readily caught in the 12-15 ft depth range.  They are being caught on split shot rigged nightcrawlers or fat head minnows.  The best location has been by the Military Academy or by Knollwood.

Smallmouth bass are starting to show up on the main lake points.  They can be caught by dragging jigs or Carolina rigging Zoom lizards.  The best spots have been Conference Point or by Black Point.  The jigs I prefer are All Terrain football jigs in the ½ oz green pumpkin.  This pattern will be effective for the next few weeks.

Northern Pike action has been improving in the weed flats.  Look for the fish in Williams Bay or Fontana.  As always, the best approach is slip bobber rigging large golden shiners about 1 ft above the weeds.  The only way to fish them is to keep the boat anchored.  You want to key on the weed points on the flat.

Perch fishing has been fantastic.  The fish are in 12 ft of water.  To catch the bigger fish, you need to use bigger minnows.  You want to slip bobber rig about 1-2 ft off bottom.  The best locations have been by Rainbow point or by Knollwood.

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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