Not only has this entire season had strange weather the past two weeks have been a bit strange and have thrown a bit of a funk in the fishing. Two weeks ago the water temps began to drop and now over the past week they have warmed back up again leaving the fish to not know what to think. We have been taking a casting approach for the walleyes fishing them anywhere from 15 to 30 feet of water. Depending on where we are fishing on the Bay we have been catching both eating size walleyes along with some trophy size walleyes also. Hoping we can get into some cooler temps these next couple of weeks and begin getting some fall patterns into place.
The Green Bay walleye fishing has been going well with some days being better than others depending on the weather and conditions. we have been fishing different locations on the Bay from areas to the South along with fishing areas in the northern portion of the Bay in Door County. We have been finding success fishing for the walleyes both casting along with trolling, as far as casting goes we have been finding success using Rapala Rippin raps along with some other baits and our trolling techniques have consisted of both using crawler harnesses along with Rapala Husky Jerks. The walleyes should hold in there summer patterns for several weeks yet so take some time to get out and have a chance at that trophy Walleye.