With recent warmer weather water temps have remained steady actually warming a degree or two. Fishing for Smallmouth Bass here on the Bay of Green Bay has slowed a bit the past few days with lots of fish still being present we have just had to work harder at getting the fish that we have caught. As the water temps drop again the fishing should pick up again. As we get in to the month of November the Walleye fishing on the Bay of Green Bay should begin to pick up especially as we get in to late November as fish begin to move out of Lake Michigan and head to their wintering grounds putting on the late fall feed bag. This is a great time to cash in on some spectacular trophy Walleye fishing.
With the weather calming down a bit and temps warming a bit and the lack of winds the fishing has become a little bit tougher. Fish are present and will be for quite some time yet but they cant feed heavily every day so I believe they are taking advantage of the nice calm weather and resting up a bit. We still have been able to catch 20 to 30 fish a day the past couple of days but we have had to work harder to get the fish to bite. We will be able to continue to have great fishing opportunities for Smallmouth Bass here in Door County on the Bay of Green Bay through the month of November.