Ice to Open Water Tactics - Winnebago System
Should I hit the ice? How about drop the boat? Maybe cast shorelines? These are just some of the questions that are running through my head right now as another hard water season is coming to an end. With the timing of this article, many of us could quite possibly do all the above… within the same day! I think most of you will agree with me, both open and hard water fishing each have their own lovable attributes. The one kicker during this time is that one cannot use th
Spring Run Tactics for the Winnebago System!
This year has sure had its ups and downs so far but overall it has been yet another great season to chalk up in the record books! As the temperatures climb and the ice begins to sink into the stained depths of Lake Winnebago, something magical is already happening under the ice. The seasonal clocks have begun to tick even louder and many of the species in our system begin to flood the rivers and channels on their way to the spawning grounds. Whether their travels will take
Winnebago System Walleye Slot Talk
As some of you will remember, I asked for your opinion regarding a slot limit on the Winnebago System a month or two ago (2015). It was a hot topic. A few said it would hurt our fishery, while the vast majority agreed with one another on the idea that a slot was a good idea, JUST during the spawning period (March 1st-April 30th). I think the main idea you all liked was a slot of 20"-27", five fish in possession, one could be over 27"? This hardwater season has been been a