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6/17/12 @ 6:21 PM
FISHING REPORT
The Griff
The Griff
USER since 4/29/12

CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny

AIR TEMP
76° - 80º F

WATER TEMP
66° - 70° F
Fishing in Hackensack is always great. This time I tried Five Point Lake for some Bluegills and Bass. The bass seemed to be hitting the Banjo Minnow purle with sparkles. Tried a frog on the rice and missed two they looked nice but nothing big. The Bluegills were nice caught a nice 9 incher on a jig with waxies.

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4/30/12 @ 9:28 AM
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Scott Seibert
Scott Seibert
USER since 7/15/11

CONDITIONS
Cloudy

AIR TEMP
46° - 50° F

WATER TEMP
51° - 55° F
I was out on Saturday and Sunday on a 260 acre lake looking for Bluegills and Crappies but didn't have much luck. I found some small Bluegills in 2 feet of water but they were hard to catch. Weather was not the greatest cloudy,windy and cool. Water temp was 49-51 degrees. I am hoping with the nicer weather coming this week the fish will turn on. I will update you next weekend with a better report and pictures. Good luck. Scott

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3/19/12 @ 9:18 PM
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Scott Seibert
Scott Seibert
USER since 7/15/11

CONDITIONS
Cloudy

AIR TEMP
61° - 65° F
Well it is over I had to put the ice fishing gear away.We did get out fishing one last time on Saturday and Sunday. The ice was 12" on Saturday and 6-8" on Sunday. We drove the ATV out on Saturday and thanks to the GPS we foung our fishing spot in the fog. We fished on pleasant Lake and Five Point Lake. we caught a few Crappies and a few Gills. Our biggest Crappie was 13" and Shelly was using a Northland # 10 Hexi Fly lady bugin color with a Impulse mini Smelt Crappie minnow to get this one to bite. I caught mine fish on the Ruby Red Mooska jig 1/16 oz tipped with Glo White Impulse Mini Smelt. We fished in weeds in 3' of water out to 8'of water. The Bluegills were swiming up shallow weeds looking for bugs. The Crappies were caught 1' under the ice in 5-8'of water. You had to move around from hole to hole to stay on top of them. I found that I could not let the fish see any movement or they would bolt off. I would hold my rod 6" to the side of the hole so they didn't see me jigging that 1' under the ice.If I would look down the hole I would spoke them. Its had to think that they would be only a foot under the ice but they are looking for food coming down the hole. Time to get the boat ready for the spring panfish bite. Good luck fishing. Scott Smile Smile

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2/27/12 @ 3:49 PM
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Scott Seibert
Scott Seibert
USER since 7/15/11

CONDITIONS
Cloudy

ICE DEPTH
22 inches

AIR TEMP
16° - 20° F
Shelly and I fished 2 lakes on Saturady and 1 lake on Sunday in the Chippewa National Forest in the Hackensack area. 1 Lake we drilled lots of holes and no luck. On our second lake we caught lots of small crappies in 24-36'of water. I started to drill my way into shore and found some Gills and Crappies in 10' of water hanging in the weeds. Make sure you drill lots of holes and cover some water to find the bigger fish. My biggest Crappie was 12.5". I caught my fish on Northland Silver Nugget Mooska Jig tipped with a Black Impulse Tapeworm. Sunday was a snowy windy day that we almost didn't fish but we decided to brave the weather and found some big Gills in 14-16 foot of water. I was glad I had my Clam Nanook Thermal to fish out of. I was using my Vexilar Fish Scout Double Vision and found some big rocks that were holding some Big Gills which made my day with a 10" Gill. The best advise is to make sure you use you electroics and move until you find the fish. It has been a stange year to try and pattern fish we are finding them in all depths. Good Luck. Scott

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