Finding action on Delavan, Geneva, and Monona Lakes this week. Largemouth bass are still the most active. They’ve been in and along the deep weed lines. Inside turns, weed points have all been producing nice catches. Using Texas rigged, or drop shot live bait or plastic when skilled anglers are present. With the warmer wet weather, the fish have moved up along the inside weed lines. The deep water weed line bite is still on, just not the big schools of days past.

Smallmouth bass are also on the deep rocky areas in the 20-30 ft range. I been catching a lot off main lake structures/bars. Many have been quality fish on drop shot night crawlers/leeches fished on a split shot or lindy rig.

Bluegills are best out in deeper water 15 to 25 feet of water. Trout worms are the answer fished on a small split- shot.

Walleyes have transitioned to summer patterns. The best depth for me has been 18-22 ft. on the outside of the weed edge A few fish have come off of slip float and leech while targeting bluegills. The best spot has been by points or on the mid lake bars/steep drop offs. bars/steep drop offs.