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Delavan Lake Fishing Report 6/11/17 through 6/19/17

Fishing has really heat up in the last week.  The largemouth bass and bluegills have completed spawning and are actively feeding.  With the hot temps predicted this week, the fishing outlook remains great.

Bluegill fishing has been good in 10-12 ft of water.  Look for scattered sand pockets and weeds.  The best location has been by DelMar, Browns Channel and east of the Village Supper club.  Leaf worms and red worms are working the best.

Largemouth bass fishing has become a weed line bite.  The fish are post spawn so look for them in 12-15 ft of water.  The best locations are the weed points associated with hard bottoms.  You can catch them on 4 inch finesse worms in green pumpkin.  I prefer Chompers brand. 

Northern Pike action has been increasing due to the warmer water.  The fish are being caught in 15-17 ft deep weeds.    The best location is the weed line west of Willow Point.  Lindy rigs or Thill Big Fish sliders with medium suckers have been producing most of the action. 

Walleye fishing has been slow.  I’m catching a few fish in early morning but after the sun comes up the bite disappears.  Lindy rigged leeches seem to be producing most of the fish.  I’ve had the most success on the north shore, west of the Yacht Club.

Crappie fishing has been average.  I’m catching a few here and there but there isn’t a consistent pattern.  My best catches have been on a 1/32 oz pink jig with a purple trailer.  I found most of the fish in the weeds in 12-13 ft of water.  The best location has been by Belvidere condos.

Good luck and I hope to see you on the water.  For guide parties, please call Dave Duwe at 608-883-2050

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