1. fishing for suspended crappies in 40 ft of water with slip bobber and minnow about 14 ft down

    22.0 in. Saugeye with a slip bobber, with minnow

  2. caught this 24 inch saugeye fishing about 15 ft deep in 45 ft of water slip bobber with crappies minnow

    24 in. Saugeye

  3. caught on slip bobber rig while fishing for crappies

    25 in. Saugeye

  4. used slip bobbers and crappie minnows, kept a limit for fish fry

    White Crappie

  5. slow day for me, caught 2 under size saugeye, 2 white bass, 3 bluegills and 2 nice crappie, nice day.

    White Crappie with a frosty spoon

  6. Using Frosty spoons and Frosty jigs loaded with wax worms and tipped with chroma glow crappie nibbles, used minnows toward dark, nice thick crappies

    Black Crappie with a Frosty spoon

    1. Tom Schwister 0
      Thanks for the info. I’m headed up there this weekend. My parents have a cabin on the north end of the lake, but I’ll end up fishing in the bay.
    2. Tom Schwister 0
      Thanks for the info. I’m headed up there this weekend. My parents have a cabin on the north end of the lake, but I’ll end up fishing in the bay.
    3. Tom Schwister 0
      Thanks for the info. I’m headed up there this weekend. My parents have a cabin on the north end of the lake, but I’ll end up fishing in the bay.
    4. Dave Jerry 0
      15 to 20 ft., no crib
    5. Tom Schwister 0
      Nice work! what depth were you fishing? Did you find a crib and fish that?
    6. Tom Schwister 0
      Nice work! what depth were you fishing? Did you find a crib and fish that?
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  7. fishing in 15 to 20 ft of water, using wax worms and minnows

    Black Crappie with a Frosty spoon

  8. fishing Wisconsin stream using night crawlers

    14 in. Brook Trout with a night crawlers

    1. Beautiful
  9. caught crappie, bluegills, smallmouth bass and walleyes, trolling and casting, kept these for supper

    19 in. Walleye with a Berkley Flicker Shad Crankbait

    1. Buddy Pierce 0
      real nice Dave.
  10. drifting and jigging 1/4 oz jig tipped with half a night crawler, slow day high bright sky, fish from 15 to 18 inches

    Walleye with a jig and night crawler

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About

Originally from the Hayward Wisconsin area, now I live in Kentucky, fished all my life, to me figuring out how to catch fish and the challenge ...more is what it’s about, don’t like to say where I catch my fish. Now I am retired and have more time to fish, so game on.


Fishing Favorites

  • Species Walleye, Saugeye, yellow perch, bluegill and crappie
  • Waterway Won’t say, sorry
  • Lure Any

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