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Door County Walleye Fishing

Door County walleye fishing has been going well over the past month or so. We have been finding good success both casting and trolling for the walleyes. Most of our action has been fishing water depths ranging from 20 to 30 feet of water finding fish a bit deeper on sunny days and a bit shallower on cloudy or windy days. Moving through the month of September we will be concentrating more on casting for the walleyes during the day and also doing some nighttime trolling for the fish.

Door County Walleye Fishing

Door County walleye fishing has been going pretty good over the past couple of weeks with some days being better than others but nice walleyes being caught daily. Depending on our exact location along with wind conditions we have been finding fish in both deeper water and on days when the wind is blowing in shallow water. As far as our techniques go we have been finding our best success casting for walleyes in both deeper water along with shallow water. Door county walleye fishing should continue to provide decent action for a while yet especially if we can begin to get some warmer weather to help warm the water up.

Door County Smallmouth Bass Fishing

The fall weather has definitely settled in and the temperatures have been below normal for quite some time which has really helped drop the water temps. We have been finding success catching our fish in water depths ranging from 15 to 30 feet of water. Some days the fishing has been a bit tougher and we have had to move around quite a bit to find more active fish and on other days we have not had to move around as much after finding active fish. Opportunities at catching these late-season bass should go right up to the point you just don’t want to be on the water anymore.

Green Bay Walleye Fishing

The walleye fishing on the bay over the past couple of weeks has really been heating up with the warm temperatures and rising water temperatures. We have been finding our best success trolling water depths ranging from 21 to 26 feet of water in the area of the bay that we have been fishing lately. We have been finding our best success trolling crawler harnesses behind planer boards and finding fish at different depths in the water column depending on the day. This bite will continue to hold and only get better as we progress throughout the summer months.