Tag Archives: Bass

Lake Geneva Fishing, 8/17/20 – 8/24/20

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Bluegills have moved deep.  They are in 16-18 ft of water.  The best location has been by Elgin Club or off the weed edge in Williams Bay.  The best approach is straight lining leaf worms about 1 ft off bottom.  You need to have calm winds for this to be effective.

Delavan Lake Fishing, 8/17/20 – 8/24/20

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Walleye pike fishing for me has been pretty much non-existent.  It’s basically just the time of year and where I’ve been fishing.  The best approach is trolling deep diving crank baits along the weedline in the pre-dawn hours. 

Lake Geneva, 6/8/20 – 6/15/20

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Perch fishing has been improving.  The fish are starting to move into the 12-14 ft. range.  The fish can be taken on slip bobbers or by drifting nightcrawlers.  The best location has been by Coleman’s point or by Rainbow point.

Delavan Lake Fishing Report, 8/26/19 – 9/2/19

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Walleye fishing has been very slow for me.  Last week, I tried trolling and lindy rigging leeches without success.  We did have a bug hatch last week that typically turns them off.  I haven’t had much opportunity to try again, but will check it out in the coming week.  As fall approaches, the walleye fishing […]

Lake Geneva Fishing Report 6/16/19 – 6/24/19

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Yellow perch are also in the shallows.  They can be caught by Belvidere Park in 8-10 ft of water.  The best approach is small fat head minnows fished on a Thill slip bobber.  The only problem has been that the average size is about 5 inches.  You will need to do a lot of sorting […]

Lake Geneva Fishing Report 6/06/19 – 6/24/19

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Yellow perch are also in the shallows.  They can be caught by Belvidere Park in 8-10 ft of water.  The best approach is small fat head minnows fished on a Thill slip bobber.  The only problem has been that the average size is about 5 inches.  You will need to do a lot of sorting […]

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