1. Got to try out my new RedPaddleCo explorer 13'2 paddleboard. It was fast with plenty of stability and tie-downs for gear.

    2 lb. 8 oz. 17 in. Largemouth Bass with a chatterbait

    1. Tim Steinmetz 0
      Cool picture!
  2. 5 lb. 6 oz. 21 in. Largemouth Bass

    1. Mark Monty 0
      Very nice fish!! What are you using at Busse to catch the bass you are catching?
    2. Tim Steinmetz 0
      Great bass and cool picture!
    3. Noah Shapiro 0
    4. Bluegill Whisperer 0
      I use snapseed as my photo editor when using my phone
    5. Dean Anagnopoulos 0
      Nice fish!!!!!!
    6. Tyler Curry 0
      Nice fish. What Editing program you use.
    7. Noah Shapiro 0
      what filter did you use?
    8. Drew Gierach 0
    9. Derek Stitt 0
      Awesome largemouth!
    10. Jon Giacalone 0
      Awesome catch! That is a big one for Busse!
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  3. 78 inches of bass in 15 minutes.

    Largemouth Bass

    1. Bluegill Whisperer 0
      Chicago illinois
    2. Eddie Goode 0
    3. Jon Giacalone 0
      En fuego! Nice job man!
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  4. Working a point between winter hangout and spawning flats

    2 lb. 8 oz. 15 in. Largemouth Bass

    1. David __ 0
      if that bass weighs 2 pounds, it must have been eating rocks.
    2. Bluegill Whisperer 0
      Nate, i use an app called snapseed. Its free and managed by google.
    3. Nate Wilson 0
      What filter do you use on your pics? The colors look awesome! PS, nice bass!
    4. Tim Steinmetz 0
      Nice bass!
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  5. 15 in. Largemouth Bass with a jig n minnow (fire tiger)

  6. Caught one twice the size as one pictured, unfortunately on shore he bit through line and flopped to freedom. This guy was on the follow-up cast.

    Walleye X2 with a fire tiger fat rap and fire tiger rage blade

    1. Christopher Pereira 0
    2. Tim Steinmetz 0
      Cool pictures!
    3. Bluegill Whisperer 0
      It was definitely the advice i got here on fishidy that made the difference.
    4. Jon Giacalone 0
      Well done! Looks like you followed the advice with the perch/firetiger colored lures and it paid off!
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  7. Trolling a deep diver on the sandy bottom. As i boated him the line snapped. Luckily the second trebble hooked his tail and he was stuck in the shape of a bracelet. ...more Just scooped him right off the surface with the rod tip like a game of ring toss.

    1 lb. 8 oz. 14 in. Bass with a fat rap fire tiger

  8. First pike ever.

    21 in. Northern Pike with a white/ chartreuse chatterbait

  9. Really could use some local knowledge. Fishing sauk city to lone rock on a 30 mile river trip in mid july. Looking predominately for smallmouth bass. Can anyone ...more lend some advice on lure selection for the area?

    1. Bluegill Whisperer 0
      Thanks guys. Much appreciated.
    2. Patrick Empey 0
      Usually daytime smallies are up on the rocks picking off craws so throw squarebills and shad raps in orange, red, or some soft of crawfish color at any type of rock ...more structure. You'll likely pick up a walleye here and there too. If you don't want to throw cranks soft plastic crawfish or any type of grub work really well.
    3. Zac Timm 0
      I used to fish the Wisconsin years ago and what I remember most is perch color/pattern lures we're golden regardless of type of lure.
    4. Clay Russell 0
      I don't have their phone numbers, but try to call Gary Engberg with a rural Sauk City address or Wally Banfi who works at Ace Hardware in Sauk City. They are ...more both part-time guides and are good guys and will share information with you.
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  10. In the last two days ive caught over a dozen suspended bass in murky water while experimenting with my new smart fish finder by "deeper". Its been incredibly ...more useful from the shore to find structure and suspended fish.


    1. chris kliman 0
      Nice!! I was actually just checking some of these out.
    2. Christopher Pereira 0
      nice, i ghetto rig my boat ff to use for ice fishing
    3. Rich Pardy 0
      Very cool I was wondering how good those fish finders would be, was thinking of getting one for ice fishing.
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