Smokeys weekly fishing report by Captain Ruffolo 10/31/22

Great Walleye fishing on Green Bay and the Fox River continues, as unseasonably warm weather has brought out more fishermen, and the bite has not disappointed. On the Fox, good fishing at night up in the shallows near the dam has been hot, with casting crankbaits taking both big and eating size walleyes. While the river flow has been slow, daytime walleye fishing downriver has been good. Casting hair jigs, ripper minnows, blade baits and jig/plastic is taking many fish. For the trolling crew, good walleyes are biting on the flats below the 172 bridge. Musky are also present in the Fox, and trolling the flats is taking many fish. On the Bay, walleye and perch are still very active. Trolling crankbaits or casting hair jigs is taking the most walleyes. University Bay, Vincent Point, and Young’s Reef have been consistently putting out nice fish. Perch have been active around the shipping channel edges, in Deadhorse Bay, Suamico, and Oconto. Fathead minnows and crawlers are taking most of these fish. Shore fishermen are also catching some nice perch, pike, musky and walleyes from Metro Launch and Voyager Park. If you go, please be safe and take a kid fishing.
Capt Jerry Ruffolo
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