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Door County Walleye Fishing

With the fall season upon us not only is this one of the best times of the season to catch numbers of trophy size smallmouth bass it is also a great time to catch those great big trophy size walleyes that Green bay is known for. Over the past couple of weeks we have been finding walleyes in water depths ranging from 25 to 35 feet of water and catching them using casting techniques near the bottom. Opportunities at catching these walleyes will continue well into November with a great chance at catching that trophy walleye.

Door County Smallmouth Bass Fishing

As we move into the fall season now we are beginning to see the smallmouth Bass moving into there fall patterns. Water temps are steadily dropping and that is beginning to put the fish in a fall feeding mood knowing winter is soon to approach and it is time to feed up before it becomes to cold for them to feed up heavily. We have been finding our success fishing water depths ranging from 20 to 35 feet of water depending on the day. This fishing should only continue to get better as we move further into the fall season with a great chance at catching that trophy fish of a life time.

Door County Small mouth Bass Fishing

The fall Small mouth bass fishing is really starting to kick into gear with the recent cooler weather starting to drop the water temperatures.We have been finding success fishing for Bass in water depths ranging from 15 to 25 feet of water and some days finding fish shallower depending on the wind conditions that we have for that day. The fishing should continue to get better and better as we move further into the fall season with the water temperatures dropping and the fish beginning to school up and putting on the feed bag before winter sets in. Please remember when fishing for this sport fish please practice catch and release this can be a fragile fishery if it is not treated with respect. Good luck have fun fishing and please be safe.

Fishing Door County Walleye Fishing

Well now with the days getting shorter and the temperatures beginning to get a bit cooler it is definitely a sign that summer is over and of course the calendar says so also. As far as walleye fishing goes right now we are still catching walleyes during the day using some casting techniques in areas and in other locations we are finding that the night bite has been better lately with nice quality walleyes being caught trolling after dark. As we move further into the month of October we will definitely be focusing strongly on the trophy Smallmouth Bass fishing but there will still be good opportunities at walleye fishing.