Tag Archives: Northern Pike

Delavan Lake, 6/22/20 – 6/29/20

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Northern Pike have finally started to bite on the outside weed edge.  I’ve been catching my fish on lindy rigged suckers.  The best depth for me has been 20-26 ft of water.  I’ve been fishing from the Village Supper Club point to the Oriental boathouse.  The size is still a bit small, the biggest fish […]

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

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Crappie fishing remains very consistent.  The fish are suspended over the main lake basin 8-10 ft down in 30 ft of water.  The best approach is casting small plastics and letting them sink 5-10 seconds and slowly reeling them back to the boat.  The best location has been by Willow Point or by the orange […]

Delavan Lake Fishing Report 8/19/19 – 8/26/19

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Yellow Perch fishing has been fantastic on the west end by the Viewcrest Bay.  You want to anchor the boat in 20-22 ft of water.  They are biting on slip bobbers with hellgrammites.  Hellgrammites are outfishing any other bait about 5 to 1.

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 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 […]

Lake Geneva Fishing Report 6/3/19 – 6/11/19

Yellow perch have been biting in the 8-10 ft depth range.  The best approach has been slip bobber rigging small fat head minnows about 1 ft off bottom.  The best location has been by Belvidere Park or by Knollwood.  You have to do a lot of sorting to catch a few nice ones.

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