WALWORTH COUNTY Delavan Lake - 1,906 acres. Black crappie averaging 10 (max of 11.5) and bluegill averaging 7.1 (max 9) Recent survey. No minimum length limit, Delavan Lake - 1,906 acres. Recent surveys have shown the positive results of the 18 minimum length limit on walleye, with a 15.3 average length and maximum of 24. Multiple boat launches and a large town park for shore fishing make Delavan an attractive destination for walleye and many other species. Current regulation: 18 minimum length limit, 3 daily bag. A public boat launch on the east side of the lake at State Highway 50 and S Shore Drive (very large parking lot, but spots fill up quickly on the weekend), another public boat launch on the southwest side of the lake at Bluegill Road (smaller parking lot about 800 away from the launch), and a canoe access on the northwest side of the lake at N Shore Drive. Shore fishing is available at the 16 acre Town of Delavan park at the State Highway 50 boat launch on the east side of the lake at State Highway 50 and S Shore Drive (very large parking lot, but spots fill up quickly on the weekend), another public boat launch on the southwest side of the lake at Bluegill Road (smaller parking lot about 800 away from the launch), and a canoe access on the northwest side of the lake at N Shore Drive. Shore fishing is available at the 16 acre (Town of Delavan Park at the State Highway 50 boat launch and S. Shore Dr. This is the launch we will be using again this year)

WALWORTH COUNTY Lake Geneva - 5,401 acres. Recent bass surveys on Lake Geneva have produced very good catch rates and size structure, including a 14.3 average length and 21.5 maximum length. Anglers are reporting excellent fishing days, particularly in the fall. 14 minimum length limit, 5 daily bag Six public boat launches are available on Geneva: Lake Street in Fontana (west side), E Geneva Street in Williams Bay (north side), Chapin Road (north side no parking), Wrigley Drive in Lake Geneva (northeast side), Hillside Road (southeast side) and Linn Road (south side). Shore fishing opportunities are available at several parks and municipal fishing piers across the lake. (E Geneva Street in Williams Bay Municipal Pier (north side) This is the launch we will be using again this year.)

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