The river is really heating up! We are catching many northern pike, smallmouth bass, brown trout and king salmon. More and more kings and cohos are showing up for the fall spawn which will only make the fishing better in the next couple of weeks.
An early morning and a heavy haul into the field produced many smiles for youth hunters! I had an opportunity to take four youth hunters on a field hunt for ducks and geese. We set up in a flooded soybean field in southeastern Wisconsin.
The bow season is long, but here's what I recommend for opening weekend, especially if you're hunting public land. Look for low-lying areas away from the high hardwoods because of these three reasons:
Fishing is crazy good for big salmon now! Big kings in shallow water during low-light hours have been best the past couple of weeks.
Fishing has been steadily picking up with consistent rainbow and lake trout action. Some king salmon have been showing up and with warm weather upon us the action should consistently be getting better.
Jerrad Kalmerton talks tackle after the AIM WWS tournament on Green Bay. He explains how he is using Echotails while casting and jigging to put fish in the boat. Jerrad and partner Tony Barber finished this tournament in 9th place. The week before, Jerrad took 2nd place at the MWC on Little Sturgeon Bay.
This country is crazy about crappies! Did you know that crappies are second only to bass as the most sought-after fish in the United States? They are fun to catch, fight hard and are incredible table fare.
Wolf Pack Adventures' very own Jerrad Kalmerton and partner Brett Koenig took second place honors at the Cabela's Masters Walleye Circuit tournament event in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin, May 8-9, 2015.
They weighed 39.00 pounds on Day 1 which put them in second place. Watch this video as Jerrad prepares to head out on the morning of Day 2 looking for another big bag.
Fishing out of the port of Sheboygan has been good! Captain Jerrad Kalmerton has been catching some brown trout, lake trout, and a few salmon as well from our 21' Lund. These fish are being caught in shallow water close to the river mouths. Finding warm water while trolling spoons, and crankbaits has been a good way to land some fish. Our two boats Wolf Pack I (a 38' Wellcraft) and Wolf Pack II (a 28' Baja Cruiser) are going to be launched next week and will be ready to fish!