Caught a limit with a lot of effort today. Cold front? Most boats had very few fish we talked with anchored on the wolf. 1/4 oz jigs casted today with fatheads actually being better than shiners today!
We had to move and picked fish up here and there, seemed like not a real pattern today. But non had eggs or milt. They all appeared to be post spawn.
Great walleye fishing up and down the Wolf and Winnconne. Low water levels have the fish scattered. As soon as you feel fish have moved “all the way up” great catches continue down even even in Fremont. Last year the high waters gave the fish more areas to spread out into. But they always find places to spawn. I have fished up river and down river this week.
Vertical jigging, and casting jigs are working well drifting down the Wolf. Also– anchoring with flies and Wolf river rigs being pumped or casted are doing well for walleyes too.
Water temps Monday thru Friday were going up 2 degrees per day. Every year is different.
Hair jigs worked will last trip out. We landed a variety of fish milkers and spawners Friday we had 16 fish and released the big ones. Fish were from 15 to 23 inches averaged about 17 to 18 inches.
One fish had 2 large minnows in its mouth when it bit Scott’s jig with a minnow. This fish was very hungry.
Green Bay, Wi