Captain Ron Rusch Fishing Report

Small Mouth Bass 5/11/2002

Saturday morning the south wind at Shades gave a good drift. Action was good with a couple doubles. 20 to 30 feet was the best. Water was murky after yesterdays gale force winds.

8:00 AM the wind dropped and so did the bite.

The wind picked up but was now out of the northeast which today made the truth of "East is Least" A few fish were caught.

A nice sized Rock Bass was caught at Shorewood.

By after noon the wind dropped some, but action was still slow until we tried 12 feet. Here the water was clear and the fish were biting with doubles again and a triple. Jigging small minnows worked the best.

Time was now short but some nice fish were caught in the final hour.

Water temp Saturday was 51 degrees.

Source: Captain Ron Rusch May 13, 2002 at 23:59:22

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