Smokeys weekly fishing report by Captains Claus and Ruffolo 6/18/24

The lower Bay of Green Bay continues to be slow for the most part. Catches of rough fish along with an
occasion Walleye are more common than the other way around. Trolling Flicker minnows has been the
best action working areas with a bit of scattered rocks. A few anglers report having luck on days casting
Binks spoons around the rocky areas of University Bay. The East shore Walleye activity continues to be
minimal, and your best bet would be an evening trip trolling the shorelines on structure like Volks Reef
or Vincent Reef or casting Shiver minnows or hair jigs.
The Fox River has shown a little signs of Walleye activity trolling cranks like Flicker Shads or Minnows up
on the flats north of highway 172 as of this last week.
The Perch bite continues to be good. Mainly on the West shore areas like Geanos or Pensaukee.
Minnows suspended below slip bobbers or on a drop shot have been the best. Working Weed edges
seems to be better than rocky areas currently.
As we move into the end of June look for the mud bite on Green Bay out of Geanos so begin showing
signs of life. The continued hot weather should warm the water even more bringing better fishing days
ahead. Musky fishing still slow once the alewives leave the system things will get better.

Yah, only at Smokeys!!!
As always, be safe on the water! Be safe and tight lines.
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Capt. Robert Claus Capt. Jerry Ruffolo
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