River Conditions & Walleye Movement

Water levels have risen almost 2 feet and the water temperature has cooled to close to 47 degrees.  That has any pre-spawn walleye in hold waiting for a chance to get in to a marsh or for the water temperature to rise enough for them to spawn in the river.  Some groups of fish have been caught after spawning.  I heard of fish spawning near boat landings, tributaries, gravel bars and some flooded shoreline areas.  There are large numbers of fish north of Shiocton, above the CCC bridge and all the way to the dam at Shawano.  My best guess is that the warm weather will allow them to finish and they should start coming back pretty much right near when they usually do, the middle of April.
Keep in touch with the Wolf River Walleye Club for some rigging and fishing techniques shown on video that you can use to catch walleye .

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