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October 29, 2009

DuPage River Fishing Report: Kayaked and fished at the DuPage River with friend Dick Gronlund. Took the day off and hoped to tap a decent spinnerbait bite as the river was coming down. Water conditions seemed decent but the the vast amount of leaves floating down river tested our patience. Fishing was tough. The smallies just weren't cooperative. We covered roughly seven miles of river and boated only eight smallmouth. Notable sizes were 15", 15", 15.5" and 17". I'd like to say that the white spinnerbait was the 'ticket', but honestly, not sure there was a 'ticket' today. It took some luck and getting a bait right in front of a fish. So many reliable spots were dead. That's never a good sign. Very tough float. We got rained on towards the end of the float and throughout the float each had our share of equipment problems. Dick's Shimano spinning reel was binding and my baitcaster seemed to catch some of his negative mojo as well. Even my tried-and-true white thumper was rolling and had to be constantly re-tuned. We also had our share of 'treed' lures with the gusty winds. Turning the tandem kayak around in the current to retrieve 'em gave my shoulders a decent workout. I think towards the end of the float we both realized that having gone to work would have been a much easier day! USGS 5.52' / 167 CFS

DuPage River smallmouth bass DuPage River smallmouth bass

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Creek Chub Pikie
October 28, 2009

Fox River Fishing Report: Shore fished solo at the Fox River for about 1.5 hours. River is up, fast, and a bit muddy. Got hit on my first cast. White spinnerbait fluttered tight to structure. Was a little smallie around 12". Landed five more and a largemouth. All in the 12"-14" range. Nice mild day to be out. Wish I had more time to spend at the river. Would have been a nice day for a shore milk run from town to town. USGS 12.36' / 2,950 CFS

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Creek Chub Pikie
October 25, 2009

DuPage River Fishing Report: Shore and wade fished the DuPage River solo mid-afternoon. River is up and muddy. Perfect spinnerbait water. Jumped spots a lot and ended up landing nine smallmouth. Caught six on a 3/8-ounce Terminator SS 'white thumper' spinnerbait, caught two on a 3/4-ounce black on black Booyah! spinnerbait, and caught one on a 5" double-tail Yamamoto Hula Grub on a 1/8-ounce Slider Head. The bass on the spinnerbait were tight to structure, just out of the current. The one on the hula grub was in still flood water next to structure. Largest caught were 19-1/8" and 16.5". USGS 6.02' / 304 CFS

DuPage River smallmouth bass DuPage River smallmouth bass

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Creek Chub Pikie
October 24, 2009

Fox River Fishing Report: Shore fished solo for a few hours at the Fox River early afternoon. What a grind. Lots of bank anglers out on the weekend. Most spots either occupied or spooked. Water was up a little more so used a jig and twister and fished tight to structure near current. Had to jump spots a lot to find active fish. Managed seven smallmouth, biggest 16". Caught six on a 3" pearl Producto Spring Grub and one on a 3/8-ounce Terminator SS 'white thumper' spinnerbait. Tried the Sammy 100 over some slack water and got one nice boil but no hookup. Tough outing. More like work than fishing. USGS 12.31' / 2,840 CFS

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Creek Chub Pikie
October 23, 2009

Fox River Fishing Report: Shore fished solo at the Fox River. Water is up and faster but we'll certainly need a lot more rain to get conditions optimal for some easy high water shore fishing. I did a quick run and gun and managed six smallies ... two on the Sammy 100 topwater and four on a 3/8-ounce white spinnerbait. Despite the increased flow, clarity isn't too bad. Slack water to current seams near fast water and structure worked for me. Wish we'd get some more rain to get the river up. It's still pretty low IMHO. USGS 12.19' / 2,550 CFS

Fox River smallmouth bass Fox River smallmouth bass Tree along the Fox River Fox River fishing spider

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Creek Chub Pikie
October 22, 2009 (PM)

Fox River Fishing Report: Got out to the Fox River in the late afternoon. This time, was dressed for the drizzle. Caught two on the Sammy early on, but had a plan to better match the shiners that the smallies were busting. Had stopped by Dick's Sporting Goods earlier in the day and picked up a pack of Storm 2" 1/8-ounce Wild Eye Swim Shad (left in photo) and a pack of Berkley PowerBait Realistix 3" 1/8-ounce smelt (right in photo). Both lures worked out well. I ended up with eleven smallies total. Mostly the cookie-cutter 10"-12" range, biggest were 14". Nineteen smallies all day. Not bad for a few hours of fishing in the rain and the wind!

Storm Wild Eye Swim Shad / Berkley PowerBait Realistix Smelt

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Creek Chub Pikie
October 22, 2009 (AM)

Fox River Fishing Report: Shore fished solo at the Fox River in the early morning for about an hour. Noticed smallies busting shiners on the surface. Worked the pearl ayu Sammy 100 over them and landed eight in the 10"-12" cookie-cutter range. Got hit just about every cast. Many of the fish were too small to inhale it and get hooked. Some would hit it two or three times and still not get caught. Had a few knock the lure clear out of the water. Was awesome watching them work in schools and slash through the shiners, which would come shooting out of the water in all directions. Hands were numb and got tired of getting soaked in the rain so called it quits even as the fish were still biting. An old Fox River rat named Lou showed up with minnows. He was laughing watching the Sammy in action. He said, "I can't believe you're out-fishing a live minnow with topwater."

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Creek Chub Pikie
October 21, 2009

Fox River Fishing Report: Shore fished solo at the Fox River in the late afternoon. Was a gorgeous day just to be outside and to take in the autumn colors. The trees throughout Geneva and Batavia were spectacular. I look forward to seeing the color change year after year. Today did not disappoint. I didn’t have the time or the energy to wade fish today, but I’m sure glad I made the effort to get out. I only fished the Sammy 100 topwater and landed two little smallmouth. I spent the rest of my time hiking around and retracing some old routes. My hike was more or less to enjoy the colors and find a little solitude. I ended up at a creek that I used to frequently fish way back when. I didn’t fish much, mostly just took in the scenery and reflected about all the fun times I had there, and about how much life has changed since I started visiting the creek. It used to be a favorite haunt. Now, I rarely go there anymore. It feels like a good book on a bookshelf ... waiting to be read again when the time is right.

Mill Creek, Batavia

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Creek Chub Pikie
October 20, 2009

Kayaked and fished at some private lakes with friend Dick Gronlund. Despite the warm temps and calm conditions, the bite was slow. We were working for them. I got into a nice pike early on which measured 32", and a decent largemouth from the same lake that taped at 20". Other notable catches were largemouth at 16", 20" and 20.25". Dick caught a nice largemouth that measured 19". I ended up boating about a dozen bass and Dick boated four. That's a tough day! We were mostly fishing spinnerbaits up around stumps but I did catch one little largemouth on the Sammy 100 topwater. Sure was nice to get out but the spotty fishing was rather bewildering. Besides the pike, a highlight for me was catching a 20.25" largemouth at 7:05 PM in the dark while slow-rolling a 3/4-ounce black spinnerbait along a weedbed. Just when you think all hope is lost ... WHAM! All fish released. BTW, thanks again for the Live Target 'smallmouth' crankbait Dick! Was nice to get out on the water with you. 32" northern pike, 20" largemouth bass, 19" largemouth bass

northern pike largemouth bass Dick Gronlund, largemouth bass

Here's a very gracious 'thank you' message Dick posted after our trip:

Eric, thanks for the invite. It is a learning experience when fishing with Eric. Here are some observations:
  1. Eric is a relentless fisherman. He comes out slinging lures before the kayak is barely launched. He caught several of his fish within moments of putting in at each lake. He fired off two casts to every one of mine.

  2. Eric is an extremely accurate caster. While I was casting close to cover, Eric was placing his lure closer to the same cover. Instead of being at the edge of a line of stick ups, he was hitting the small hole in the middle of the branches.

  3. Eric does not waste time frequently changing lures. When he does change, he stays with it long enough to give it a fair chance.

  4. Eric uses the right lure, and he uses it correctly for the conditions. I tried chartreuse-white, white, white-silver-blue, and black skirts. I used single blade, tandem blade, silver blade, copper blade and gold blade. I threw a little plastic and a crank bait. Eric used one lure all day -- a black-bladed, black-skirted, heavy spinner bait. It crashed through cover, it ran deep when needed, and it churned on top. It caught pike, largemouth, 2 smallmouth and got a musky awfully excited.

  5. Eric covers a lot of water. Because he is looking for big, aggressive fish, he does not work a "good spot" to death trying to get lock-jawed fish to bite.

  6. Eric is extremely positive and confident that he is going catch fish. All through out the day he mentioned the good probabilities of tying into a big one on the next cast.

All in all, it was a real treat to fish with Eric and watch him in action. I gave him the lure so he would try it, and take off that damn black spinner and give me a chance at a fish. The one nice one I did get was caught on a black Booyah, so an old dog can learn new tricks. Now, if I only had brought one that had a black blade!

--Dick Gronlund

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Creek Chub Pikie
October 19, 2009

Fox River Fishing Report: Wade fished solo at the Fox River from late afternoon 'till dusk. Pretty much a carbon copy of October 18, minus the big bite. Only fished the Sammy 100 topwater. Waded upstream along a shady knee-deep cut with chunk rock and walked the Sammy downstream after long casts. Landed seven smallmouth, all small. The biggest was 14". Came off the river shortly after dark in 59°. Wasn't dressed as warm as yesterday, which was a good thing. Sure was a nice October day! USGS 11.34' / 806 CFS

Fox River smallmouth bass

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Creek Chub Pikie
October 18, 2009

Fox River Fishing Report: Wade fished solo at the Fox River from 4:30 PM 'til 6:30 PM. The river is low and clear. Started out with a pearl ayu pattern Sammy 100 and walked the dog downstream through slow water along a rocky shoreline. Got a boil near a submerged log but couldn't raise the fish again. Switched to a 3/8-ounce white spinnerbait and stuck with it for the next 1/2-hour. Managed one little smallie while bringing the bait downstream through a deep pool. Had a few other pecks but no connections. Switched sides of the river and while wading across, was amazed that I could see my feet, even while chest-deep. That is rare for the Fox River. Neat to see all the stuff along the bottom that I've stumbled over for the past several months. Now is a good time to make some mental notes. I switched back to the Sammy and worked it the rest of the outing. My go-to areas were blank so I waded quite a ways and explored some new shorelines. I found a nice rocky shoreline that had tree overhangs and a cut around knee-deep a half a dozen feet from shore. I waded slowly upstream and launched long casts and walked the dog over the cut. I ended up landing six smallies on the Sammy. Most of them were in the 12"-13" and very aggressive. I missed one vicious strike from a big fish that tore off the bank and destroyed the Sammy. It didn't get hooked despite two hits and I could not get it to come up again. Man, just the sound of the fish trying to inhale the bait will haunt me! I finally got a big bite off the start of a long cast around 6:05 PM. Was a great fight and nice to feel some weight on the line. Taped it at 18.25". Waded back in the dark. The fleece kept me toasty. Nice evening to enjoy some autumn fishing. USGS 11.37' / 852 CFS

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Creek Chub Pikie
October 16, 2009

Shore- and kayak-fished at some private lakes with my buddy Branson. We had the day off and despite the forecast, planned on making the best of it. We started out around 11:30 AM in 41° and partly-cloudy skies with occasional light drizzle. We shore fished a little stocked, spring-fed trout stream. (We were guests on the property by invitation.) The trout are catch-and-keep so we planned on each bringing four rainbow trout home, which we did. We caught them on ultra-light spinning gear with 4 lb test mono and a tiny chartreuse and white flu-flu jig. It took about an hour to catch eight. They ranged in size from 14" to 16" mostly, and we tried to let the little ones jump off. Branson was able to capture one of the little hooked rainbows leaping out of the water. After the trout, we launched the kayak at a nearby lake in hopes of getting into some northern pike. This particular lake is stocked with largemouth bass, northern pike, walleye and panfish. It's only about ten feet deep and had some nice laydowns. The scenery reminded me a lot of fishing up north. We tossed spinnerbaits and mostly structure-fished. I'd occasionally slow-roll along the timber, burn over weed beds, or just try open water. The pike were finicky. Finally I caught a little one about 20" on my 1/2-ounce black spinnerbait. Then a 28". They bit when the sun peeked out. Branson wasn't having much luck on his white spinnerbait until he got slammed by a nice chunky largemouth bass. It measured 18.5". Light drizzle came and went. I caught a 15.5" largemouth and few more small pike. We decided to head in and try another lake. A few 'last casts' here and there as we approached shore ... and I got bit by a heavy fish! It surfaced immediately and we saw it was a nice pike. Branson quickly paddled us in and I hopped out and landed it. It measured a sloppy 32" and sure was a fatty! I released it after the photo and it swam off strong! The big pike beat up my spinnerbait pretty bad, so we loaded up the kayak, grabbed some lunch, and hit a tackle store and re-stocked. We bought some Booyah! black skirt / single black Colorado blade spinnerbaits in 3/8-ounce and 3/4-ounce. We tipped them with a 3" white twistertail to add a bit of contrast, and that's what we fished with the rest of the day. Funny how you can bring a hundred lures with you, but once you find the one that's working, nothing else matters. I left my tackle boxes in the car the rest of the day and only tossed the new spinnerbait! We launched the kayak again, this time in a different lake. It was deeper and clearer, stocked with both largemouth and smallmouth bass, walleye, and panfish. We paddled the perimeter of the lake and tossed the spinnerbaits along the flooded shoreline among the stickups and stumps. Slow-rolling was the ticket. We fished until 8 PM and boated a combined 30 to 40 bass. They'd pounce on those spinnerbaits. We caught several bass in the dark. The smallmouth taped at 19-7/8". All in all a great day despite the chilly temps. Aside from the kept rainbows, all other fish were released.

Branson Pierce, largemouth bass northern pike private lake private lake spring-fed trout stream rainbow trout smallmouth bass Branson Pierce, largemouth bass

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Creek Chub Pikie
October 14, 2009

Fox River Fishing Report: Wade fished at the Fox River solo late afternoon. 49 degrees and overcast. River low and clear. Only fished the pearl ayu pattern Sammy 100 topwater. Caught four smallmouth. Biggest two were 14.25" and 14.5". Never got the big bite that I had hoped for, but I'll take four on top in this weather any day. Slow water near current seams produced. Saw two big doe cross the river, a spike buck on an island, and a big doe grazing near dusk. Was dressed for the weather. Quite a nice night to be out. USGS 11.34' / 806 CFS

Fox River, Batavia Fox River smallmouth bass Fox River smallmouth bass

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Creek Chub Pikie
October 13, 2009

Fox River Fishing Report: Wade fished solo at the Fox River for two hours in the late afternoon. 50° and sunny but the northeast wind made it feel a bit chilly at times. Couldn't draw any strikes on top with the Sammy so switched to a 1/2-ounce white spinnerbait and ended up landing six smallmouth, all small. Current seams over chunk rock and gravel. Typical smallie habitat. Got a lot of pecks that I didn't hook. Probably could have cleaned up with a jig and twister. USGS 11.54' / 1,140 CFS

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Creek Chub Pikie
October 12, 2009

Fox River Fishing Report: Shore fished solo at the Fox River for a few hours mid-afternoon. Quick run and gun to try several areas from shore over two different towns. The river is super clear. As clear as I've seen it all year. Despite the calm conditions and relatively mild temp (50°), not much going on. I blanked at nearly all my areas, only saving a skunking by finally fooling and landing a little smallmouth bass on the Sammy 100 ... which was not much longer than the bait. Only fished topwater. Pretty incredible to see the Fox River running this clear. Reminded me of early spring after ice-out. USGS 11.56' / 1,180 CFS

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Creek Chub Pikie
October 10, 2009

Fox River Fishing Report: Shore fished at the Fox River solo early in the frosty morning. The bright sun and the steam rising off the river against the autumn landscape was a sight to behold. At 8:15 AM I launched my first cast of the pearl Sammy 100 topwater and in twenty minutes I had landed four smallmouth, 12", 15", 16.25", 17". Was working an inside turn with mild current over gravel. I had an appointment at a nearby town and had to leave. It was tough to walk away from those smallies, knowing they were biting. After my appointment, I hit some more forest preserves along the Fox River. I didn't bring waders so shore fishing was my only option. I stuck with the Sammy 100. Sure glad I did! I picked up four more bass on top. This time, three smallmouth in the 16"-18" range and one largemouth. I had quite a few more boils under the lure and missed strikes. I seem to have found the right areas. Inside turns with slow to mild current. There were leaves washing down river and I was getting the hang of being able to dodge under and around the leaves with the Sammy as I walked it down river. I met my family in St. Charles and we enjoyed the annual Scarecrow Festival. The kids rode some rides and we walked around and just took it all in. The weather turned chilly and windy and we stopped at a local cafe for some much needed hot chocolates and had lunch. I stopped by the river on the way home to see if I could catch a few of the fish I had missed earlier. I fished the Sammy 100 again and picked up a 17" river largemouth and two more smallmouth, 15" and 15.75". Eleven bass on topwater on a crisp autumn day. I'll take it! USGS 11.62' / 1,310 CFS

Fox River, Batavia Fox River, Batavia Fox River smallmouth bass Fox River smallmouth bass

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Creek Chub Pikie
October 9, 2009

DuPage River Fishing Report: Wade fished solo at the DuPage River late afternoon. Water is on the rise and a bit murky. Overall, still pretty low. Typical vegetation washing downstream ... some spots worse than others. Fished through light drizzle but was dressed for it. Tough fishing. Tried four spots and landed six smallies. Two on a 3/8-ounce white spinnerbait and four on a 5" double-tail Hula Grub on Slider Head. Biggest was 16" on the grub. The rest were in the 11"-12" range. Hardly worth the drive. The west edge of the front moved through enough that at around 6:10 PM the sun was able to dip beneath it into the clear for a glorious golden sunset. Was beautiful to watch. USGS 5.24' / 105 CFS

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Creek Chub Pikie
October 8, 2009

Fox River Fishing Report: Wade fished solo at the Fox River early evening 'till dusk. Switched on and off between the Sammy and spinnerbait. Only squeaked out two fish, a 10" smallie on a 3/8-ounce white spinnerbait and a 15.25" smallie on a Sammy 100 in Aurora Bass pattern. Sure felt like a big fish night. Lots of cloud cover and fairly calm and mild out. Thought for sure I'd run into a walleye or two with the spinnerbait. Great October evening. Picked up some new neoprene waders from Gander Mountain earlier in the day. Bought their Guide Series boot-foot 3.5 mm. They were on sale for $79 and I had a $100 gift card. The waders worked out nicely. Quite a difference in warmth from my stocking-foot breathables. Could move through the water a bit easier because of the increased buoyancy of the neoprene. Felt much more 'slippery' overall in terms of ease of mobility against the current, but also easier to lose footing in deeper, faster water. I don't wade too much in the colder months but these will be nice to have. USGS 11.59' / 1,260 CFS

Fox River smallmouth bass

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Creek Chub Pikie
October 6, 2009

Fox River Fishing Report: Shore fished solo in some urban areas of the Fox River. Tried the Sammy 100 again. Had better luck today. Tried five different areas and caught a fish at each. Missed a few others. Nothing too big. Biggest pictured. Sure were some strong wind gusts late in the day! That should put some leaves in the water. USGS 11.64' / 1,350 CFS

Fox River smallmouth bass Fox River smallmouth bass

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Creek Chub Pikie
October 5, 2009

Fox River Fishing Report: Wade fished solo at the Fox River for an hour and half after work. Was quite a workout. Covered a lot of water and only fished the pearl ayu pattern Sammy 100 topwater. Had some chances but never connected. Blanked for the evening. Wasn't a total loss ... got to enjoy the bright yellow-orange moon rise. Something that I find extra special in autumn. Nice just to be out. USGS 11.66' / 1,390 CFS

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Creek Chub Pikie
October 5, 2009

Kayaked and fished with my wife mid-afternoon at a local lake. Was a beautiful October day -- mostly sunny, zero to light winds, and about 65°. It felt like 80° when it was dead-calm in the baking sun. We started out casting a shady bank. She fished the hula grub slow and deep and I fished the Sammy tight to shore. We noticed some surface activity towards mid-lake. The bass were up to their old tricks of schooling baitfish on the surface over deep water. When the breeze would die completely, the bass would be able to best track the fleeing baitfish and would tear through them. It was awesome to watch. Sometimes there would be five or six different schools of bass working the baitfish and the surface would erupt in all directions. Easily reachable by kayak. I paddled us out and we drifted around mid-lake. When the bass would tear through the baitfish, I'd cast the Sammy and feverishly walk the dog through the same area. It was a bit frustrating at times. Despite some perfect casts, I couldn't seem to get the bass off their targets and onto the Sammy. My wife tried a similar tactic with the hula grub but ended up fishing about 15-20' below the kayak and just slow-twitching the grub over open water. I think eventually the baitfish tried to hide near the shadow or the structure of the kayak for cover, 'cause all of the sudden her rod doubled over and her drag sang as she set the hook on a fish! She was thrilled! Nice fight in the deep water and she finally lipped a chunky 17.75" largemouth bass. Of course all of the shore anglers were watching this, and like, WTF? The blondie just busted a nice one mid-lake in the bright sun! The breeze picked up and the surface action died down. We continued to work the edges of the lake without much luck. It seemed like the bass just weren't around there, or at least not biting. I switched to a Texas-rigged 10" red and black ribbon-tail worm and fished deep. I finally picked up a 15.5" largemouth but it took way too much work to find it! We had to head back but before we did we cut across mid-lake one more time just as the breeze subsided. I tied the Sammy back on so I could get maximum distance. Not long into it, the surface erupted yet again as the bass had schooled the baitfish up around the kayak and were just tearing through them in all directions. I made a short cast about 20 feet and started walked the dog right in front of where they were chasing and KABOOM! a nice largemouth unloaded on the Sammy. I think my wife yelled, "Cool!" as I set the hook. It was fun watching the fighting bass in the clear, deep water. You could see other chasers as this type of feeding is all about competition. Taped it just shy of 19". Only bad part is upon lipping it, the head shake threw a hook into my little finger. Dang, those are sharp and I was bleeding like a mofo. We headed back after the short outing and must have commented a dozen times what a perfect October day it was.

kayaking

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Creek Chub Pikie
October 4, 2009

Fox River Fishing Report: Wade fished solo at the Fox River for about one hour and forty-five minutes early this morning. Only fished the Pearl Ayu pattern Sammy 100 topwater. Managed to zigzag across the river in a few well-known areas and work along rocky shores. Caught three smallmouth, 10.5", 18", 13". The two smaller ones came off the backside of fallen logs in the eddy. The bigger smallie, yet rather skinny, was over chunk rock. The push is over twice what it was last week. Really, conditions are more 'normal'. Still, crossing even in well-known areas was a little scary 'cause the flow was so much faster. But never got over waist-deep. Be careful out there. Harvest moon rise tonight. Get out there if you can. Even if you don't fish, enjoy the sight of October's full moon! Was way overdressed. Was expecting 38° early morning and it was near 50°! USGS 11.66' / 1,390 CFS

Fox River smallmouth bass

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Creek Chub Pikie
October 3, 2009

Fox River Fishing Report: Picked up two new Lucky Craft Sammy 100 topwaters this morning and then shore fished solo at the Fox River for 1.5 hours early afternoon. Only fished the Sammy and tried various color patterns and retrieves. River is up a little bit from the rain but things still seem relatively low and clear. I could not get any fish to rise at the first two areas but wasn't too surprised since waders had just moved through. One was working fathead minnows under a float and the other was fly fishing. Drove to a new spot and had some solitude and some action. Caught three smallies, two (13.5", 13.75") on the Pearl Ayu pattern Sammy 100 and one (14.25") on the Ghost Minnow pattern. After fishing through some drizzle I switched spots and hit one more area on my way home. Worked the Pearl ayu pattern Sammy 100 and fan-cast the area, a shallow, inside turn with mild current. Got a few boils and finally landed a feisty 12" smallie before calling it a day. No big ones today but I'll take four on top any day to satisfy a craving for autumn topwater without even having to set foot in the river! USGS 11.59' / 1,260 CFS

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Creek Chub Pikie
October 1, 2009

Fox River Fishing Report: Wade fished solo at the Fox River for about an hour after work. Light winds and spotty drizzle. Only fished the Sammy 100 topwater. Picked up two smallmouth, 11" and 19". Missed another vicious strike where a decent sized smallie launched out of the water on the Sammy, totally missing it. Could not get the fish to rise again. Got off the water shortly after sunset in 53°. USGS 11.20' / 603 CFS

Fox River smallmouth bass Fox River, box elder bugs

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