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bassinRanger
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4/7/14 8:04 AM CST
Trying to up load pic of the 32.5 but it wont let me. Takes me to my camera on my phone and not my pictures anyone know why?

bassinRanger
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4/7/14 8:02 AM CST
Fishes sunday before the wind picked up had a tough time in my tiny wolf river boat due to people not knowing how to drive...but we killed em...stray away from a jig n minnow n you will catch more. Yes more! All fish we boated besides a few were 20+ i got a 32.5 almost 14 lb sow!! Rock hardyet let to swim and spawn!!! All fish caught down river

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4/7/14 7:46 AM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 46° - 50° F Water Temp: 40° - 45° F
fished 230-8 sunday took a bit to hook into the first eye. caught between 12 and 18 fish all on jigs and minnows last hour before dark we fished in front of the park and it was non stop action until the sun went down!

SJB
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4/7/14 7:44 AM CST
I pulled a rod yesterday and it appreas it must have only been in the water a day or two by the condition. If you lost one, describe it to me via PM, and I will do my best to get it back in your hands.

From a fishing standpoint, slow. Caught a few, but overall not good.

Just another friendly reminder, if you are running with your boat, either get it on plane or slow way down. You are responsable for your own wake and the damage/risk that is produces. We were in a good size boat, so not a real big deal, but we did wakes that could swamp a small boat. Personally, I say get your boat up to 25 mph if safe and make it to your spot.

black cap
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4/7/14 7:23 AM CST
Fishinzach - all line will twist when jigging and create a snarly mess. To remedy the issue add a barrel swivel about 18 inches above your jig. That allows your jig to spin without adding twist to your line.

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marbleeyes7
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4/7/14 4:46 AM CST
thanks again scott, had a great time. wish the wind would of held off a few more hours. looking forward to a summer bay trip with you. good luck in your upcoming tournament.

WALLEYE_GUY888
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4/6/14 10:22 PM CST
Anybody's getting out tomorrow and has a couple seats open on their boat please let me know 9202529589. I will chip in on gas n bait

fishinzach7
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4/6/14 10:01 PM CST
Ok guys, have a question and looking for some advice. What brand line is everyone using? The last couple years it seems that I can't seem to get a good line for jigging. It seems that the line will be fine for a while but then likes to twist around the tip of the rod,any thoughts guys? Thanks in advance!

SCOTT VALLESKEY
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4/6/14 9:57 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny
Got Brian out today for a few hours and managed 15 walleye and a bonus 18 inch musky. Fished channel nothing fancy 3/8 ounce green jig and minnow worked best. Water temp. 41. I have openings Tuesday and Wednesday. Weather should be decentSmile Capt. Scott

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metalmaniac89
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4/6/14 9:56 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 51° - 55° F Water Temp: 40° - 45° F
Got on the river around 11:30am with my fiancee and her uncle and called it quits at 9pm.Started in the channel and ended up by the dam. 4 fish landed, 2-20s, 22 and a 24". Wind was a little harsh, but a great time on the water! Everyone in our boat caught fish. Most came on crank baits, but one was caught on 1/4oz pink/yellow jig and a green and yellow gulp. Lost probably 6 fish, one being a bad net job by me... sorry again Jason Wink

Tight lines \m/

maaser
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4/6/14 9:54 PM CST
Decent start to the season over 60 in the boat in two days with Saturday being the much better day. Winds made it tough for boat control but we made the best of it. Not too much for size from us or boats around us either. All our fish were on jigs n minnows north of fox point landing. Tight lines this next week should be hot.

CAPT. PATRICK CONGER
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4/6/14 8:50 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 46° - 50° F Water Temp: Below 40° F
Late report from Sat. Had a guide trip with Bill from Waupaca and had a good day fishing. The water temp started at about the 38 degree mark and was up over 40 by midday. The early bite was great boating 6 fish in the first 20 min drift. Once the sun broke the horizon, the fishing slowed but for the most part consistent throughout the day. We were drifting the channel anywhere from 17-20' with 3/8 oz jigs and minnows. STINGERS WERE A MUST as most fish were hitting short. Water clarity was much better than last week with less debris floating around. We caught many fish throughout the day with the biggest at the 25" mark. Females were hard (had one with some eggs hanging) and none of the males were milting yet.

Please remember that prime time will be in the next few weeks and I do have some dates still open. 2 people, 8-10 hr trip to the Fox River or Wi River( Dells) for $275. Check out any details on my website at www.fishwiguideservice.com. I will be back up in Depere on Monday so I will post a report tomorrow.

Tight Lines! Capt Patrick


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J&M anglers
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4/6/14 7:40 PM CST
Ginker that's probably my anchor from last fall. Lol. Was it near the dam.

icefish1234
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4/6/14 7:40 PM CST
Are the docks in yet at the metro boat launch?

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4/6/14 7:31 PM CST
Anybody going out tomorrow have an open seat? Will pay for bait and launch and gas. I have not been out in the boat yet and its killing me. Thanks.

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