Fishing on the lower bay is getting better as we move into fall. The influx of the alewives was very beneficial to our Green Bay fishery. The walleyes and muskies really grew some nice girth from all the forage they had in the past month. Some trophy fish are going to be caught this fall. On the east and west shores of the lower bay the perch and walleye bite are still on fire. Instead of trolling for walleyes many fishermen are rip jigging using Waspie Ripper Minnows and Bink Spoons. This is a very productive technique and lots of fun. Musky fishing is also improving with most catches being made on the west shore from Little Tail to Pensaukee reef, both casting and trolling are working well. The Fox River is also getting more active. Many male walleyes are starting to move into the river making their way to the dam. For shore fishing spots on the Fox try Metro launch and Voyager Park. For more information give us a 920 593 1749. Yah, only at Smokeys!!!