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PhD in Angling

Anybody picking anything up yet? I'm set to make a few stops after work this week, but don't want to be wasting my time.

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Steve Foss

Hey Doctor, welcome to HSO. Great to see you here. It's been years since I fished the bay off Allouez, and I've forgotten anything about it I knew, but hopefully someone will chime in here and help you out.

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I've hit it a few times but the bite has been slowwww. The fish we have been getting are running small only a couple in the 10- 11 inch range. The 14 ft hole has been totally dead and I can't even mark a fish there. All the fish we are catching have been in 5 - 6 f.o.w.

welcome and I hope this helps.

p.s. be ready to be fished on top of ... they don't give you any room out there. frown

Jar Jar

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Seems like it should be picking up. Usually when a plank is needed to get off the landing is when the perch seem to be at their best. That could be early this year though. Not many fish it so I dont think you will get much info here. Its like trying to get St. Louis Crappie info. Not many know it and those that do dont like to talk about it. wink

I just may try it this week if I ever get to feeling better.

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Jarrid Houston

Have not been there myself, for the blue gills and crappies have heated up on some area lakes. Have heard from another reliable source that it is slow, but should pick up anyday now.

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