Fishing in Hot Water We are coming into the warmest water temps of the summer, I have found high 70’s to even the 80’s in some of the darker bays. When fighting fish, especially the ones you’re going to be releasing, please take care not to stress them out. There isn’t a lot of changes in … Continue reading Northwoods Summer Fishing
Summer Fishing in Phelps It looks like the weather is warming up and that should get things underwater moving again, with weeds growing and fish moving. Using jigs to crankbaits and a whole lot of baits in between will help for a while now. Panfish: Perch are in the weeds and using a slip bobber … Continue reading Warm Weather Fishing in the Northwoods
Learn More about Fishing in the Northwoods! For additional information regarding this press release, please contact Deb Crawford, 715-891-2502 or PhelpsOutdoors@gmail.com. ________________________________________ Free fishing seminars scheduled for Tuesdays during the summer months. Specific seminar dates are June 20, June 27, July 11, July 18, July 25, August 1 and August 8, 2017. Each presentation date … Continue reading Free Fishing Seminars in Phelps
Planning a Fishing Trip to Phelps? Check out these tips from a local fishing guide. The season is underway. Now that we have a couple of weeks under our belts, I hope you’ve found all your hot spots. Just a couple of reminders, it is still catch and release for Smallmouth Bass until June 17th … Continue reading Fishing Season is Underway!
Are You Ready to Fish Opening Weekend? Opening weekend of fishing season is going to be here before we know it. Now is the time to book your stay, pack up your poles, and plan your trip to Phelps! But first, here’s a little prep advice from local guide Colin Crawford… Open Water Has Returned! … Continue reading Opening Weekend Coming Right Up
Warm Weather Down, Tip Ups Up! After about a week of unusually warmer weather making the lakes slushy on top, the colder temps and light snow have returned, making the lakes easier for movement and travel. Make sure to check the ice depth along your pathway to make sure it is thick enough. Remember that … Continue reading Colder Temps Return to the Northwoods