Fish Lake Geneva, 5/22/23 – 5/29/23Belvidere Park Fish 2023 Fishing Reports Geneva Fishing Spots Lake Geneva May Fishing Maytag Point Walworth County Lakes
Lake Geneva fishing is finally starting to improve with the warmer weather that we’ve had. The fish are starting to move closer to the spawning areas. Smallmouth bass are suspended in 15 ft of water. They are actively chasing pods of bait fish. They can be caught on small minnow type lures or casting hair jigs. The fish are anywhere from 5-10 ft off bottom. The best locations are Maytag Point, Elgin Club and Belvidere Park. With warmer weather, the smallmouth bass should be spawning in about one week. Bluegill fishing has been all right. They are in the shallows in 3-5 ft of water. This time of year, the panfish are accessible to shore anglers. People in Williams Bay and Geneva Bay are having success off the Municipal piers. Most fish are being caught on slip bobbared leaf worms. Rock Bass are starting to become active. They can be caught on fat head minnows or ½ nightcrawlers. The best success is coming out of 10-12 ft of water. The best presentation is a split shot and a single hook. Look for the fish by the Military Academy or on the west side of Black Point. Walleye fishing has been good. They have been in the weed flats in 10 to 12 feet of water. The water needs to warm up a few degrees to make them more active. Like always, the night bite is the only way to go. Trolling crank baits has been working the best. Largemouth bass are biting in 3-5 ft of water. The best location is Geneva Bay and Abbey Harbor. They can be caught on a split shot rigged nightcrawler or on a Senko type lure. Green pumpkin
is the best color. The largemouth spawn is about 2-3 weeks away. Northern Pike and Muskies remain in the shallow weed flats. They can be caught slip bobber fishing large golden shiners. The best success has been coming to Fontana Beach or in Williams Bay off
the beach. The best depth is 12-14 ft of water. Position the bait 2-3 ft off the tops of the weeds. The northern pike will come up and grab them.
Good luck and I hope to see you on the water.
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