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Fishing Report: Walleye fishing on Green Bay is excellent

Good catches of 15-20 inch eating size fish, with bigger fish up to 30” are being taken around Bayshore Park, Vokes reef, Vincent Point, Geanos Reef, Maccos Reef, 2 Mile Reef, and in the mud off the spark plug.

A good bite is just starting to develop in University Bay, Suamico and Deadhorse Bay.

Casting ripper minnows, shiver minnows and jigging Rapalas are all taking fish.

Trolling crankbaits in and around the reefs has been my go-to presentation.

Out in deeper water, crawler harnesses and crank baits on snap weight programs have been a sure way to put fish in the boat.

Perch fishing is good, with nightcrawlers and minnows being the best presentation.

The edges of the shipping channel, out in front of the Bayshore Park launch and the Geanos Reef area are giving up the most perch.

Musky fishing has picked up and will continue to get better as the waters of the Bay cool. Trolling blades, swim baits, and crankbaits are taking these fish.

Shore fishing is also picking up as the bait fish are making their way into the river systems, with many predictor fish following them in.

If you get the chance to go, please be safe and make sure you take a kid fishing.

For more information where to fish and what to use, give us a call at 920-593-1749.

Yah, only at Smokeys!!!

Capt. Jerry Ruffolo

Anglers Plus Guide Service


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