First let me apologize for the long time between posts. It’s been a crazy summer and I did very little fishing. That’s about to change for the good. I’ve also been working closely with John Faucher at the bait shop in New London (Johnnies Little Shoppe of Bait) and doing a outdoor report for WDUX radio. LifeOnTheWolf.Com is also growing and will be changing again this fall.
Here’s what I know about the fishing. Crappie are biting pretty well and can be found on just about any tree in deep water from Lake Poygan to New London. White bass have also started to bite in the lower end of the river and I’ve heard credible reports of 100 fish catches. Walleye anglers are finding a few here and there and will find more if we get a little rain as the water temperatures drop. Water temps are in the 50’s and we have stable weather predicted for the next few days so I expect fishing to be pretty good. Smallmouth bass are also active as are northern pike. Again, as the days shorten and water cools the fish are driven to feed heavily making this one of the best times of the year to catch them.