Smokeys weekly fishing report by Captain Ruffolo 10/3/22

Walleye and perch fishing on Green Bay remained good, with changing conditions the norm. Cooling overnight has dropped water temperatures into the upper 50s and lower 60s, and with that shad are starting to move into the fox river. Walleyes in turn are also moving into the river. A good bite is going on the fox trolling below the 172 bridge. Flicker shad and flicker minnows have been the best bsits there. Up by the dam and in around the washout hole, jigging ripper minnows, binks spoons, hair jigs, bat lures blade baits, and small jigs with crawlers are taking fish. Around the lower bay of Green Bay, crankbaits by University Bay, Vincent point, Bayshore, Geano‘s reef, Oconto, And the reefs of the east shore are also taking fish. For perch, fathead minnows and nightcrawler pieces are working for big perch around Oconto, Vincent, Georno’s, Suamico, and Duck Creek. Muskie fishing is going well, as large body crank baits like Tyrant Raz shads and shallow diving lures are taking these big fish. Shore fishing is really getting good at Metro at night, huge walleye, pike and muskies are being caught. If you get the chance to go, please be safe and always take a kid fishing. To find out where to fish and what to use call us at 920 593 1749. Yah, only at Smokeys!!!
Capt Jerry Ruffolo
Anglers Plus Guide Service