Tag Archives: nightcrawler

Fish Delavan Lake, 7/17/23 – 7/24/23

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

They can be caught on Thill slip bobbers with leaf worms or small panfish leeches. You need to keep moving to find the largerfish. My best success has been by Willow Point or by the Oriental boathouse or by the Assembly  Park weedline.

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.

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.

Delavan Lake Fishing Report 7/1/19 – 7/8/19

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Northern Pike fishing has been very good average.  The fish been biting  very well in 17-21 feet of water.as well as recent years.  The best bite has been lindy rigged suckers.  The size of the suckers don’t seem to matter large or medium are catching fish.  The best location has been just west of the […]

Delavan Lake Fishing Report 6/24/19 – 7/119

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Walleyes have been biting on the weedline in 16-18 ft of water.  They are being caught on a lindy rigged leech or a lead head jig fished with a nightcrawler.  The best location has been by the Yacht Club or by Willow Point.  You need to keep moving to find the active fish, they are […]

Lake Geneva Fishing Report, 5/4/19 – 5/10/19

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Largemouth bass have been biting in the shallows in 3-4 ft of water.  The best location has been Trinkes or Abbey Harbor.  They can be caught on a split shot rigged nightcrawler or a green pumpkin Senko.  With the chilly weather over the weekend, you need to fish really slow to get the bite.