this is Guide Dave Pucci.
hunting season opening here in Northern Wisconsin many
fisherman have left the lakes. Most lakes in the area
have few fishermen on them, and that means great fishing for
the rest of us. While fishing this time of the year
you usually won't catch the numbers of fish you do in the
Spring and Summer, but the opportunity for big fish , of all
species is definitely there. Big fish that spend the
Summer months suspended in deep water tend to move shallower
and go on feeding binges before the lakes freeze.
Walleyes are two of the prime fish to target this time of
year. Smallmouth Bass are just reaching their peak
weight of the year right now. Look for Smally's
on the remaining coontail weed edges and on any rock bars
with adjacent deep water. Large redtail chubs are the
prime bait for both Walleyes and Smallmouth this time of
Now the number
one gamefish this time of year is the Musky. Everyone
who Musky fishes, knows the fall fishing is the best time of
year to land that trophy Musky. Start throwing big
jerkbaits and crankbaits along weed lines, rocks and even
sand bars with steep drop offs. The key to finding big
Musky's in the fall is locating baitfish. Perch, Smelt
and ciscoes are three of the prime forage fish for
Musky's. Locate schools of these bait fish and you'll
find big Musky's.
This is Guide
Dave Pucci wishing you good luck and good fishing.
are Proud Members of the
site and all pages herein have been designed by and are hosted by
Internet Specialists at UpNorth
Publishing, a division of BOTEK
and are the property of BOTEK CORPORATION.
Copyright © 2016-2017 BOTEK CORPORATION All Rights Reserved.
Click on one of our