Thursday, February 9th, 2023
Thursday, February 9th, 2023

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Sportsmen Since 1967

Green Bay/Appleton Area

In Oconto County, bluegills are still providing lots of fun at
the Stiles dam on leaf worms and slip bobbers. The walleye bite off
of the reefs in Green Bay has continued to be rewarding. Chinook
and brown trout have been providing shore fishermen with some good
action at the Oconto harbor. Fishermen are casting from the pier
with Cleo’s (blue/silver and pounded gold/green) and are catching
some nice browns in the 6- to 9-pound class, with the occasional
chinook also being caught.

In Brown County, Fox River anglers were catching a few walleyes
in deeper water while casting. All other fish activity in the river
has been slow. The walleye bite in the lower bay has been fair. On
the west side of the bay, anglers are having some luck between
Suamico and Geano’s Beach. Anglers fishing the east side of the bay
are having luck from the Point Sable area to Macco Reef and out as
far as Two-Mile Reef. Walleyes also are being found on North Reef
near Chaudoir’s. Crawler harnesses seem to be working as well as
anything. During the past few weeks finding the fish has become
more of a challenge. The perch bite is still very spotty. Finding
the perch is the biggest challenge. Anglers fishing near Sugar
Creek seem to have slightly better luck.

Fathead Fran’s, (920) 498-9999

The Sportsman, (920) 734 3299

Deprey’s Kwik Stop, (920) 866-2934

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