Troy Peterson (Mr. Bluegill Guide Service) shares the latest fishing report from the Wolf River in Wisconsin for early May.
The spring walleye run is underway on rivers across the Midwest. The fishing on the Fox River in Green Bay and DePere has been outstanding for big fish while the smaller Wolf river around Fremont has been giving up a lot of nice eater sized walleye. The recent rain has increased the current drawing fish [Read more…]
The warm fall weather paired with a recent rainfall has made for some excellent walleye fishing on the Wolf River from Fremont to New London. The recent rain has increased current drawing plenty of males with a few females up the river in search of food and wintering grounds. As the water cools, fish are [Read more…]
Fall is time for hunting….Whether in a tree stand or in the Lund, hunting deer or walleyes is what I love to do. Some of the best fishing this time of year happens after the sun goes down. Giant Green Bay walleyes move up on structure in search of healthy snacks. As walleyes prepare [Read more…]
Troy Peterson (Mr. Bluegill Guide Service) shares the latest fishing report from Lake Winnebago in Wisconsin for early October.
Fall is in the air around Northeast Wisconsin. Most outdoorsmen and women struggle to balance time between sitting in a tree, shooting some ducks or chasing fish. There is no wrong choice here. For the fishermen though, the fall runs of walleyes and whitebass can be as good if not better than the spring run. [Read more…]
Troy Peterson (Mr. Bluegill Guide Service) shares the latest fishing report from Green Bay in eastern Wisconsin for late August.
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