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grizwald
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4/26/15 6:40 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 46° - 50° F Water Temp: 46° - 50° F
two long days of searching for crappie on two area lakes. cold all last week must have put them in a funk, only managed one crappie today while battling the wind and waves. had no problem finding bass, pike, and walleye thou! looking forward to the opener, already know were to find some eyes. Wink

Chrome guy
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4/26/15 4:39 PM CST
Tried posting picture also. Still learning

Chrome guy
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4/26/15 4:29 PM CST
Crappies for us still very slow. Caught couple 13 and 14 inches. Water temp. Just broke 50 degrees today. Matt did catch a bonus largemouth. A lot of fun on crappie tackle

HAYWARD LAKES VCB
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4/21/15 11:15 AM CST
FISHING REPORT Steve Suman April 20, 2015

Lakes in the North Woods are open and free of ice, fish are moving, water temperature rising, and following two years of ice fishing openers, we will enjoy a more traditional game fish opener. Early season trout anglers are doing well and panfish action is improving on most water. It is two weeks until the opener – are you prepared for it? Purchased your new license? Checked for new regulations on the waters you intend to fish? Reels in good working condition and spooled with new line? Tackle boxes in some semblance of order? Boat and trailer serviced and ready to go? Take some time to get ready now so one or two small, overlooked items do not set you back opening day! Anglers planning to fish the Chippewa Flowage opening weekend can track the water level (it is still down about four feet) on the Xcel Energy website.

Hayward Lakes Visitor and Convention Bureau and Sawyer County Record co-sponsor this report. For more information on area events and activities, visit the HLVCB’s Calendar of Events or call 800-724-2992.

grizwald
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4/20/15 6:36 PM CST
chrome, that bass was on nelson. never managed any giants on the slabs, but caught half dozen 10 to 11 inches at your fav. lizy didn't have enough patients, so we left and dropped her off at home and headed to nelson. did notice guys ice fishing out on your fav lake this winter. looks like next weekend will be spring like again. we will try fav lake again, they will be caught! Wink

Chrome guy
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4/19/15 11:34 PM CST
Hey griz. Your boy sure looks proud. Nice bass young man. Tell me if I am wrong. But where you took that picture looks like either not on my favorite lake or it's the area near boat landing. Did you get any big crappies? I did get up there last weekend. Mostly worked. Fished a little bit. No crappies just a few bass. Seems to be a little different this year. Usually big ones are in for a couple hours a day early in season. But for me they did not show up. Don't know if I will be able to put it together but am trying for next weekend. Good luck.

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4/18/15 8:56 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 66° - 70° F Water Temp: 56° - 60° F
was out today with the kidos chasing crappie on couple area lakes. managed a couple crappie on my fav brush pile (chrome)! later in the day william managed his biggest bucket mouth ever. caught crappie, bluegill, bass and one walleye all on slip floats and crappie minnow. was surprised to see water temps close to 60 degrees! Cool

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JASON STEWART
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4/16/15 5:38 AM CST
Conditions: Sunny
It was a great evening to be out on the water, and I was able to do a little fishing with the old dog Duke to boot! The weather has been absolutely gorgeous the last couple days...

Some crappie are already in shallow, the key is to find a dark weedy bay adjacent to deeper water. When there was some wind and a little chop on the water, I did well with a white tube jig and a Gapen crappie bobber. After a while the wind laid down and sight fishing them with a fly rod became a better tactic because the bobber/jig rig would spook the fish when it hit the water. I still had an olive woolly bugger tied on from my last trout fishing trip and that worked just fine for the crappie. With the glass like conditions, I was able to pick out the individual fish that I was interested in catching. Cast about 20 feet past the fish in the direction it was swimming, then strip the fly towards the fish and let it pause about a foot from it's face. Then wait till you see that bip crappie paper mouth open up.....SET!

Kept some nice eater size in the 9.5-10.5 inch range for a fish fry.

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HAYWARD LAKES VCB
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4/14/15 8:22 AM CST
FISHING REPORT Steve Suman April 13, 2015

Hayward area lakes are now free of ice and ready for anglers fishing the May 2 game fish opener – the first open-water opener in two years! You have three weeks to prepare, from readying boats and tackle to making sure you have a current and valid fishing license. Do not let procrastination now produce problems on opening weekend!

Hayward Lakes Visitor and Convention Bureau and Sawyer County Record co-sponsor this report. For more information on area events and activities, visit the HLVCB’s Calendar of Events or call 800-724-2992.

Chrome guy
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4/7/15 4:37 PM CST
Eye fanatic. Sorry I am not able to do what you asked. You can email me garyldubois@gmail.com.

MICAH LANGKAMP
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4/7/15 3:46 PM CST
Most of the smaller lakes have opened up here in Hayward, WI. Ice is pulling away from shore quite rapidly on the bigger lakes as well. It looks like we'll be having more of a normal spring in regards to water temps, weed growth & seasonal patterns. I've already booked quite a few dates in May/June but do still have plenty available. Hope you guys had a great winter. Plenty of excitement in the air here in Hayward, WI as we get closer to opener!

Here's a short video (to get the juices flowin') of some fish we got last year here in Hayward, WI. Enjoy!

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fltlndr
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4/7/15 3:16 PM CST
It lets you message people without everyone seeing it.

Chrome guy
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4/7/15 3:05 PM CST
One more stupid question. What is messenger and what does it do?

Chrome guy
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4/7/15 2:56 PM CST
Fltlndr. Tried that. I am using an I phone. Don't know if that can make a difference. It does not say manage acct. on my screen. Maybe I can get my kid to help his computer illiterate old man.

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4/7/15 1:49 PM CST
Crome guy go to the upper right side of the page click on manage your account. Scroll down to messanger and click on enable

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