Late report for Sunday June 28th
Walleye fishing has really had a tough bite on the bay. This is unusual at this time of year. I know today was just that way for me. I met a guy at the Metro today who said this is the first day in 7 years he has not caught a single walleye on the bay fishing ALL DAY. I was in that same club today. I tried a lot of great “guide spots” and varied the set up with depth changes, live bait rigs and crank baits. I worked and worked today. Water temp was 75 degrees. Waves were about 2-3 feet. July is just about here and I catch some of my biggest fish on Green Bay mid to late July in deep water to the north.
Sunday I did well on big fish!! We landed over a 2 man limit of fish and released most of these walleyes. Some way to big and some just under legal size. We used crank baits. Flicker shads and jointed shad raps very small sized baits!!
I knocked off a nice 20 inch fish for Trent with poor guide netting. But I redeemed myself by netting both the 26 and the 27 inch fish seconds apart in the same net. (facebook green & Gold Guide service) See the sequence of events pictures.)
The day of our trip was Dan’s birthday and he caught the first fish a 26 inch walleye on a small jointed shad rap on a spinning rod with 10 # spider wire. Ended up the day catching a nice 27. Green Bay has hit a miss days lately but if you have a good day it is a lot of fun. However I am fishing Lake Winnebago more days than the Green Bay.
I am fishing virtually every day and doing well on Lake Winnebago. I have someone interested in splitting a full day trip on Lake Winnebago on either July 5 or 6th $200 per man or woman. Finesse sport angling with Green and Gold Guide service.
I do no trolling jigs casting etc and am catching 30 plus fish per day. check out my reports on my website at greenandgoldfishing.com “reports tab”
Green Bay Wi
I fished lake Winnebago in full sun on tues with a really tough bite with Mike and Mel from Water town. We casted, jigged and used Lindy rigs. We caught only 6 walleyes over the day. Wind was zero and the bugs were bad. Then the next day the weather changed to help improve the bite.
Walleye fished this morning and caught over a 2 man limit of fish in 4 hours jigging.
We used slip bobbers and jigs only no trolling. Walleyes were 17 to 21 inches. I have a lot of fun trolling for big fish on Green Bay.
If you want to troll I can put a lot more fish in the boat but I like the challenge and skill with this type of walleye fishing on Lake Winnebago. But I can do trips that do both if you spend the day with me!
Cloudy skies 2-3 foot waves all helped turn the fish on the reefs. (rough weather is best)
Debby and Terry proved that patience and the right touch put fish in the box! Good luck out there.
Green Bay Wi
Today was a excellent bite.
Fished the fog and and light rain today with Brandon and Michele for some great walleyes jigging today. The bite was different than yesterday and some adjustments in jig weights, presentations and speed put 3 Limits of Walleyes in the Box!
Michele had never walleyed fished and picked up on the techniques and caught her walleyes, crappies, catfish and sheepshead.
If you want to get out and catch some nice walleyes give me a call or email.
Green Bay Wi
Fished the morning with strong East Winds. Pulled cranks and harnesses. I used both electric and gas options to troll today as the winds were strong.
Stinger hooks on the harnesses helped for short bites today. I highly recommend a small treble stingers.
My trolling wpeed was around 1.3 mph I trolled higher up off the bottom today. They say “fishing from the East the fishing is the least” We not bad today!
Wayne, Scott and Jason from Fox Lake Wi. caught some really nice Green Bay walleyes. We had some “short fish” as well.
I have some week day openings if someone wants to get out and avoid the crowds next week.
Jim Kleist Green Bay, Wi
Green Bay, wi
Late report from Friday.
Jigged up over 30 walleyes yesterday after I found active fish. It took a couple of hours to find active fish and Winnebago walleyes were really aggressive.
We caught a “Hunch Back” walleye today.
Methods jigs. Technique and location were both critical. With yesterday’s high winds boat control on drifts was helpful ( 2 drift socks)
I guided 2 ( 2 man groups) yesterday. Kevin and Larry first time Bago fishermen( with a brand new Lund boat). Then Jason and Ron who have always trolled and done very well on Bago.
I take a lot of guys out that a great fisherman but want to learn the jig and casting bite on Winnebago. If that is you to??
give me a call and lets go fishing!
But if you want to troll I do that on Winnebago and also up in Green Bay ( greenandgoldfishing.com)
Captain Jim Kleist
Green Bay, wi
Fished a few hours this afternoon with Erik. His Daughter Chelsea bought him a Father’s Day Walleye charter with me.
We did well. I showed him several spots that have been productive for me in a large area of Green Bay. We caught fish in all those areas. I trolled slum Dog Flicker shads and crawler harnesses with no planner boards. Sometimes less means more and it allows me to work changes in depth than the “drone” planer boards set at one depth.
The fish wanted live bait on the harnesses. We released a lot of walleyes tonight as well. The color of these fish is gorgeous— “Gold” Erik was saying s–Green Bay Gold for sure in my book!
Winnebago is one of those places that I use that trick and why jig fishing there often out produces trolling. Fish relate to the structure. I am using light colored # 4 blades tonight.
Check out my website greenandgoldfising.com for my fishing reports of both places.
I fished a structure with slip bobbers, drifting with jigs and casting jigs. I did well on Walleyes. Sheep head are not as much a nuisance as a week ago Monday but still fairly thick!
Pitching crank baits was as big a payoff as jigs. #6 flicker shads. I great bait on Green Bay and a great bait on Bago. I am finding fish shallow and also out in the deep water 12 – 15 fow as well. I fished with Pete on Monday and had a great time!
Jim Kleist Green Bay, Wi
Green & Gold Guide Service