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FISHING REPORTS:

Well, the fishing season for me in the northwoods is over. Time to head to the southern part of the state to work and be closer to the grandangels. This summer has been the best fishing I've ever had. Don't know if the late ice had something to do with it but who cares. It was great. Couple that with the great clients, family and friends I was able to fish with and I am truly blessed. I've already taken reservations for next year and am looking forward to it. So in my last report for the northwoods I would like to say thank you to all my clients, my friends and the other guides in Dewey Catchem' and How for making the summer of 2013 one to remember. Maybe I'll hit some lakes down yonder before the ice creeps in and if I do I'll let you know what happens. I definitely want to hit some 'power plant' lakes this winter. I'll let you know when I go and maybe I'll see you there. Take care y'all!.

Hey, don't forget to take the family fishing and HAVE FUN!
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Jeff Bolander <jeff@deweycatchemandhow.com>
- Tuesday, October 08, 2013 at 20:10:52 (PDT)


Guess it's a minnow bite now. Two nights in a row have only caught walleye on gulp and plastic minnows, none on crawlers. Bass, gills and perch still hitting crawlers. Water temps are in the low 60's range. Tomorrow am heading to a larger lake in the area. It will be interesting to find the walleye and crappie. I'll take a few crawlers but I'll definitely load up on minnows and PowerBait rib worms.

Hey, don't forget to take the family fishing and HAVE FUN!
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Jeff Bolander <jeff@deweycatchemandhow.com>
- Monday, October 07, 2013 at 18:39:42 (PDT)
What a fun weekend of fishing. No piles of crappies or big bluegill as we have been experiencing lately but some nice perch, a few nice walleye and great comradery was had! Saturday morn I hit the water with Bob from Chicago. Pickings were slim but we worked hard and caught a bunch of nice perch and small walleye. Bob caught a nice 20" walleye you see pictured. But when you get a Packer fan and a Bear fan in the boat together the conversation and competition gets good.

Then I got a call on Saturday night from the parents of the newlyweds I had guided earlier in the week. Chip and Joy wanted to do a little fishing Sunday morning before they headed back to Milwaukee. I was up for that. Fishing was pretty much like the day before but again, we had a lot of fun searching for the fish we caught. Joy was certainly the perch mavin!

After I cleaned fish for Joy and Chip I headed out with Linda in search of the walleye I got into last Thursday. We found them. It took Linda a little while to get the touch but once she did she was on fire. Many walleye, a nice perch, bluegill and largemouth bass she boated. We also finally were able to film the eagles coming down and grabbing fish off the water! I will post that as soon as I get to a WIFI location.

The season is winding down and I have only a couple of more weeks before I head back to the Madison area, closer to the grandangels, for the winter. Its been a great summer of fishing and meeting new friends!

Hey, don't forget to take the family fishing and HAVE FUN!
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Jeff Bolander, also known as 'How' of Dewey, Catchem and How at www.DeweyCatchemAndHow.com
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Jeff Bolander <jeff@deweycatchemandhow.com>
- Sunday, September 29, 2013 at 17:13:28 (PDT)
EAGLES and WALLEYES!!

What an experience tonight. When people ask why I live in the northwoods, tonight is recounted. I decided to take the afternoon and fish a lake I have not fished in quite some time. No wind, high blue skies promised a tough few hours of fishing, BUT...

I was scanning deep weed and rock edges with 4" minnows without much success. I then scooted quietly up on a point that was only 4 ft deep with a weed egde at 5 ft. Bingo, a bite. I slowed down to cover it a little slower and caught a couple of little walleye and then hooked a good one. Fought it for a few minutes and then the line broke. I figured he probably swallowed it and the line clipped one of his teeth. I didn't think it was a northern by the way it fought. I was proven correct as a few minutes later I heard a splash behind me and it was a walleye struggling on the surface, undoubtedly the one I just lost with a hook in his gut. I reached for the net and was just about to push the trolling motor closer to grab the fish when I heard whap whap whap and looked up just in time to see one eagle beat out another swooping down to grab the fish! Scared the crap outa me! It was about a 17"er that saw soon to be eagle fare.

I kept fishing and the bites and fish kept getting more frequent. Three fish later I caught a 13.5" one which is undersized on this lake and it had the hook in its belly too. I snapped the line hoping the fish would survive its pain in the belly but it didn't. A few minutes later up it came, flopping on the surface. And sure enough, both eagles returned. The fish was only about 10' from the boat so the eagles were a little hesitant, flying around, landing in the trees and then repeating the process without taking the fish. In the mean time I'm still catching one walleye after another. I even threw out a slip bobber and was then catching them two at a time. But I also had my iPhone ready in video mode so as soon as I saw that eagle leave the tree I would video him all the way down to get his prey. I have seen the act many times but have never been able to get a video of it. All of a sudden the bobber went down, the line tightened on my other pole and the eagle left its perch! I set the hook on the bobber, reeled it in quickly as it's line was next to the flopping injured fish, set the pole and fish down, grabbed my iPhone, pointed it at the eagle flying and SPLASH! The other eagle nailed the fish and I missed the video of it! Doh! But I did reel in the other fish that was one the other pole and boated it. Now does that count as a triple??

How exciting that was, unbelievable! I continued catching walleye for another 30 minutes boating another 10 or more, along with a northern and a smallie, and then headed for the boat launch. All fish were released or eaten by eagles. Sometimes things work out. Now if I could just get that video some day!

Hey, don't forget to take the family fishing and HAVE FUN!
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Jeff Bolander, also known as 'How' of Dewey, Catchem and How at www.DeweyCatchemAndHow.com
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Jeff Bolander <jeff@deweycatchemandhow.com>
- Wednesday, September 25, 2013 at 19:35:02 (PDT)
Had a great time on the water with newlyweds Becca and Andrew today. Married just a few days ago, friends and family gave them coupons and gift certificates to spend their honeymoon in the northwoods FISHING! Gotta love it. We started out a half an hour before sunup and the temp was 49 with a little fog coming off the lake. The COLD ride to the first spot made us glad we bundled up. But in an hour the temp dropped down to 46 and the fog really rolled in where we couldn't see more than 20-30 yrds! Yikes! But we caught fish. Walleyes, bluegill and crappie were boated. No big runs or any doubles, just one or two here and there. Water temps started at 60 degrees but all walleye were caught on half crawlers. All crappie were caught on light jigs and plastic grub tails. Becca was the crappie queen, catching them everywhere! Becca got the first fish, a nice gill, and Andrew got the largest, a walleye. These two can fish and kept hard at it the whole time. Becca once caught 2 nice crappie in a row and then sat down to munch on a pear. Andrew commented that she catches two nice fish and then takes a break. Becca, without hesitating, tells Andrew, she giving him a chance to catch one now. BURN! These two were fun. They'll be together for a long long time... Four hours after we started the sun came out, it warmed up and the fish got tight lipped so we called it a day and cleaned enough fish for a couple of nice meals.

Hey, don't forget to take the family fishing and HAVE FUN!
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Jeff Bolander, also known as 'How' of Dewey, Catchem and How at www.DeweyCatchemAndHow.com
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Jeff Bolander <jeff@deweycatchemandhow.com>
- Tuesday, September 24, 2013 at 20:07:44 (PDT)
I was the "gift" a friend gave Mike and Mary yesterday to learn how to fish the Manitowish Chain. Mike and Mary have just purchased a vacation home on the chain and were looking at getting a crash course on the chain. We started out fishing real early for walleyes. Slow drag with crawlers was the ticket but as some of you know this is a knack acquired. After about an hour Mike got his first walleye buy doing it 'just right!' It wasn't long before the sun was out and it got tough. We boated 8 walleyes and kept 4. They were all small.

So we decided to try for panfish. We switched over to plastics, different colors, to see what might work. It was slow. Mary was very inexperienced at throwing a spinning reel and could not get it very far from the boat. So I put on a spring bobber for extra weight and we practiced how to throw, retrieve and 'read' a bobber. Well Mary took to it right off. She started boating big bluegill and crappie very quickly. She offered to help Mike and I as she was reeling in fish :D We caught crappie up to 13.5" and a few bluegill over 9".

Action slowed again as the sun got brighter so we decided I'd show them some other spots on other lakes on the chain. We met with mild success but they will be able to try them in the future under better weather conditions.

We dropped Mary off at home and Mike and I went back to the area we were getting the panfish. The sun was still bright so I decided we would tie on some beetle spins for three reasons. One, to keep those little buggers from stealing our time, two, to get more distance on our casts as the wind had picked up and three, to cover more ground as we searched for active fish. Bingo. We had many doubles of nice big crappie and bluegill. I had one 'gill that hit like a five pound bass and even pulled drag for a few seconds. I was amazed when it hit the net and it was almost 10"!

A great time was had by all. Just one more day that proved you need to stay flexible in your approach and methods. The fish will eventually tell you what they want.

Hey, don't forget to take the family fishing and HAVE FUN!
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Jeff Bolander, also known as 'How' of Dewey, Catchem and How at www.DeweyCatchemAndHow.com
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Jeff Bolander <jeff@deweycatchemandhow.com>
- Thursday, September 12, 2013 at 11:42:52 (PDT)
THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX - Had a great morning on the water with clients John and April yesterday. I put the umbrella in the boat to make sure it didn't rain. We started out on a search for walleye and got a few small ones on crawlers but action was slow. John did catch the smallest walleye I've ever had come in my boat, a nice 3.5 incher! After it started raining (the umbrella trick didn't work) I decided we'd should go looking for crappie. We outfitted our hooks with plastics and gulp and headed for some deep and shallow green weeds. Normally I've found that heavy rain does not precipitate the crappie bite but today, bingo. April sat under the umbrella and said she wasn't going to fish until us guys proved there were active fish! Well, it didn't take long as John started off with a nice ten incher and many followed. April immediately stated, 'bait my pole!" A piece of gulp 2' underneath a cork, twitched, was the ticket right away. I didn't get my line back in the water before she pulled in 3 fish including a beautiful 9.5" bluegill. We had many doubles and a few triples. And the rain even let up! Lots of fun. We kept about 40 fish and threw at least that many back. One of the joys of fishing, besides catching a pile of fish, is meeting interesting folks like John and a April.

Hey, don't forget to take the family fishing and HAVE FUN!
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Jeff Bolander, also known as 'How' of Dewey, Catchem and How at www.DeweyCatchemAndHow.com
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Jeff Bolander <jeff@deweycatchemandhow.com>
- Tuesday, September 10, 2013 at 07:54:25 (PDT)
The first day of the World Championship Musky Classic is in the books. Two more days to go for Musky fisherpersons in Manitowish Waters, Presque Isle, Boulder Junction and Winchester, Wisconsin. See the fish roster and all the other details at www.WCMuskyClassic.com. There's still time to participate in this great charity event.

Hey, don't forget to take the family fishing and HAVE FUN!
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Jeff Bolander, also known as 'How' of Dewey, Catchem and How at www.DeweyCatchemAndHow.com
Reports at www.UpNorthFishing.com
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Jeff Bolander <jeff@deweycatchemandhow.com>
- Friday, September 06, 2013 at 17:37:46 (PDT)
What do we do on our days off? Kevin and I went fishing of course. Targeted crappies and also caught walleye, bluegill, sunfish and northern pike. Lake temps were down almost 10 degrees since Saturday. Fall's a comin'!

Hey, don't forget to take the family fishing and HAVE FUN!
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Jeff Bolander, also known as 'How' of Dewey, Catchem and How at www.DeweyCatchemAndHow.com
Reports at www.UpNorthFishing.com
Check out my Real Estate website at www.JeffBolander.com
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Jeff Bolander <jeff@deweycatchemandhow.com>
- Wednesday, September 04, 2013 at 18:28:57 (PDT)
I am offering my boat for sale. For details **click here**. Looking to get a new one next spring.
Jeff Bolander <jeff@deweycatchemandhow.com>
- Tuesday, September 03, 2013 at 15:44:33 (PDT)
I went out this afternoon before the storms to top water fish with a plastic frog for bass. I love doing that. Wind was calm, water was warming and conditions looked good. Well only one. Buuuuutt, the crappie were on the prowl! They hit hard and harder. The trick was to let the bait float halfway down the water column and bring it back thru the weeds. As soon as the bait hit a weed and popped off, boom, crappie. I released 4 into the frying pan tonight for a tasty meal before the Packer game. White power grub was the winning plastic. Oh, and did the rain come down. I paid close attention to the weather radar on my phone and it had me sitting in the truck at the launch with the boat cover on watching 4 other boats and their owners getting soaked. Later!

Hey, don't forget to take the family fishing and HAVE FUN!
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Jeff Bolander, also known as 'How' of Dewey, Catchem and How at www.DeweyCatchemAndHow.com
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Check out my Real Estate website at www.JeffBolander.com
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Jeff Bolander <jeff@deweycatchemandhow.com>
- Thursday, August 29, 2013 at 20:28:18 (PDT)
Headed out tonight and there wasn't a breathe of wind. Couple that with hot and humid and it was a sweaty situation :-) But the fish did cooperate. No live bait tonight, only gulp minnows, crawlers and grub tails. The pumpkin seed color crawlers faired the best. The sm bass would pick them right off the bottom and take off with them. I had to set the hook quickly as they were really gulping the gulp. Whenever i catch a bass that has the hook in their throat i cut the line and let them go. I don't like to kill bass. To me they are much more fun to catch than to eat. All the fish were in the rocks in at least 20 fow until the sun got lower and they started to work up a little shallower. The last fish we caught was in less than 5ft. Lots of fun.

Hey, don't forget to take the family fishing and HAVE FUN!
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Jeff Bolander, also known as 'How' of Dewey, Catchem and How at www.DeweyCatchemAndHow.com
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Jeff Bolander <jeff@deweycatchemandhow.com>
- Wednesday, August 28, 2013 at 21:33:20 (PDT)
Yesterday myself and clients Pam and Greg decided to hit the water earlier in the day than we had planned as the weather man call for storms in the evening. The storms never came so we fished for 6 hours instead of 4. It was another small fish day. There were a bunch of boats coming off the water who had been competing in a friendly bar bass fishing contest. Out of all those boats there were only a handful of legal bass caught on a lake that usually gives up quite a few. Like I said in this report and the last, this is small fish week. The goal was to catch a few meals of fish. We did that. We kept 28 crappie, perch and bluegill which made for a nice big bag of filets. We did catch a few lm and sm bass but none were legal but, as always, fun to catch on light tackle. Now like I've always said, if you want to catch crappie, use white, white, and white as your color of plastics. So of course, today they only bit on brown! But that's why we bring lots of bait with and experiment till we find what works.

No fishing today as 30 mph winds and temps in the 90s make it a good day to sit in the AC and watch the NBA channel and Jordan beat Utah for another championship. Or maybe float around in the lake with a cool one in the floating chair!

Hey, don't forget to take the family fishing and HAVE FUN!
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Jeff Bolander, also known as 'How' of Dewey, Catchem and How at www.DeweyCatchemAndHow.com
Reports at www.UpNorthFishing.com
Check out my Real Estate website at www.JeffBolander.com
and my cabin rental site at www.LakeContentRentals.com
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Jeff Bolander <jeff@deweycatchemandhow.com>
- Sunday, August 25, 2013 at 11:33:05 (PDT)
i got a call yesterday afternoon from a young lady stating she was getting married this saturday and her 'hubby to be' was getting a little stressed out. hence, she wanted me to take him fishing! what a woman! so out Jason and i went this morning looking for big smallies. we found a bunch of fish but not big ones. big cold front that went thru last night, bright sunlight and not much wind didn't help us but we still enjoyed it. we found fish but they scattered. Jason said if you can't have fun fishing it's your own fault, and i agree.

Hey, don't forget to take the family fishing and HAVE FUN!
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Jeff Bolander, also known as 'How' of Dewey, Catchem and How at www.DeweyCatchemAndHow.com
Reports at www.UpNorthFishing.com
Check out my Real Estate website at www.JeffBolander.com
and my cabin rental site at www.LakeContentRentals.com
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Jeff Bolander <jeff@deweycatchemandhow.com>
- Thursday, August 22, 2013 at 20:13:40 (PDT)
A few days ago the high temp was only 68. Tonight I got off the water at 9pm anf the temp was 73. Amazing, eh? Water temps were 72-75 degrees, pretty normal for this time of year.

I was on one of my favorite smallie lakes tonight and found them all in 20-25 fow at high sun. As the sun went behind the trees they moved up to 5-10 fow. i know this because at one of my favorite spots i am able to park the boat where i can reach all these depths with a cast. there are finally some nice grassy patches deep that held those fish and other species. Leeches worked well as the fish were hitting hard and taking no prisoners. when i ran out of leeches and switched to crawlers, i pinched them short to make sure the fish got the hook when they hit and not just the tail of the worm. I hoped i might tag a few walleyes but only boated one small one.

I missed one pig of what i think was a smallie as it hit and peeled drag so fast that my line snapped after about 30 seconds. wow, would have liked to have seen that one. next time.

last night i hit a smaller lake that usually gives up some nice bass, northern and walleye. it didn't disappoint. everything was caught with the same MO. weed edges, close to the deepest water, on leeches. walleyes were caught at low light.

the evening before i went after panfish on another lake. i caught a pile of bluegill, perch and fat crappie but the MO again was exact. green weeds close to deep water and the plastic worm, yes plastic, i was using had to be at least 3" long and jigged with a sweeping motion. everything, especially the crappie, were hitting on the drop.



Hey, don't forget to take the family fishing and HAVE FUN!
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Jeff Bolander, also known as 'How' of Dewey, Catchem and How at www.DeweyCatchemAndHow.com
Check out my Real Estate website at www.JeffBolander.com
and my cabin rental site at www.LakeContentRentals.com
and my Up North fishing and resort web sites at www.UpNorth.info
and see piles of fish photos at Up North Fishing Photos at www.UpNorthFishingPhotos.com.
Jeff Bolander <jeff@deweycatchemandhow.com>
- Monday, August 19, 2013 at 20:22:57 (PDT)
testing...
Jeff Bolander <jeff@deweycatchemandhow.com>
- Monday, August 19, 2013 at 14:02:57 (PDT)
testing...
Jeff Bolander <jeff@deweycatchemandhow.com>
- Monday, August 19, 2013 at 14:00:49 (PDT)
Water temps have gone I a few degrees which affords the walleye to be more active and aggressive. I caught a few walleye last night and only have to wait a few seconds before setting the hook. They are deeper and still hitting the weed edges when feeding. Leeches and crawlers on light jigs are still king. Forecast says the temps should still be rising so the fishing should continue to improve even more. The warmer temps should improve the bass bite as well. Later!
Jeff Bolander <jeff@deweycatchemandhow.com>
- Monday, August 19, 2013 at 13:17:11 (PDT)

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