Crappie & Bluegill, White Bass Too

Caught some dandy crappies and some big white bass this weekend. Fishing should improve for crappie, white bass and walleye as the water continues to cool. Northern pike also continue to be active throughout the system. Those in the know are also finding a few muskie.

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4 thoughts on “Crappie & Bluegill, White Bass Too

  1. I’ve heard of some small ones, but nothing I’d hang my hat on as far as where and haw many. I heard about some by the rock wall in Fremont, but that’s normal. Northern pike are active, and from what I’ve heard, crappie and bluegill in the “wood”.

  2. Joel, any Walleye showing up yet, or do you think we need a good rain and some falling water temps? I was out on Bago today and did quite well on the reefs yet.

  3. I’ve heard of a few being caught but the main fishing action has been for crappie, bluegill, white bass and pike. There are always walleye to be found in the river. Resident fish will start grouping together in the fall making them easier to find. Access to deep water will always be the key to fall walleye location. They may not be in it, but it won’t be far away. Some rain and falling water temps will help.
    Have fun, good luck.

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