Friday, June 14th, 2024

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Friday, June 14th, 2024

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

Fishing Reports

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Madison Area

Boat speeds are still limited on the Madison chain. Lakes Monona and Waubesa are totally no-wake, and Mendota and Kegonsa have no-wake limits for the first 500 feet out from shore. On Mendota, there is

Finger Lakes/Central NY

Waneta/Lamoka lakes: Bass fishing has been fantastic for anglers fishing rubber worms in darker colors like black and green pumpkin. Perch are hitting well on Waneta on minnows and jigs. Seneca Lake: Brown trout are

Upper Peninsula Report

Lake Gogebic fishing continues to be excellent. Nice perch are coming from the weedbeds on crawlers and leeches. Walleye action has been very good; drift or troll crawlers over the main lake mudflats in 20


Chain: Bluegills have been good in and around shallow shoreline piers or laydowns. Catfish are excellent on night crawlers or leeches. Walleye remain good around bridge areas. Crappies are fair in 10-12 feet, with Marie

Algoma Area

Conditions are changing with each wind switch on Lake Michigan, making for an up-and-down bite. Still, charters are into the double digits on many morning and some afternoon/evening trips. A monstrous 17-pound coho and a

Hayward Area

Bass and panfish have been providing the best action lately. Bass of both types are hitting on any number of area lakes, and anglers are catching largemouths on just about anything they throw. The bigger

Lake Michigan/Metro Area Lakes

In Sheboygan, trollers have had decent success in 50 to 150 feet of water, with rainbows and chinooks favoring spoons run off downriggers. Some of the best action has been off of Cleveland. Shore fishing

Chippewa Falls Area

Catfish and smallmouths are hitting on the Chippewa, Eau Claire, and Red Cedar rivers. Some guys also are catching some crappies on the rivers. A 50-plus-inch muskie was caught from Lake Eau Claire. Buroker’s, (715)

Capital District

Fish 307 in Lake George reports that fishing has slowed down some. Bass are down near 20 to 40 feet and lake trout are down near 110 feet. A few pike are being caught. Walleye

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