Lake Noquebay, Marinette County

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2/20/18 @ 4:44 PM
Polski
Polski
MEMBER since 5/11/03

I live about 10 miles south of Noq and we have had freezing ice/rain since last night and just winding down now. I was on the lake Saturday and there was only a few inches of snow. With temps expected in the mid/high 30's for the next few days it may be one sloppy/slippery surface. Although I think you will have that same thing on any of the lakes in southern Marinette county this weekend.

On a good note there is 17 to 20" of ice everywhere and travel is easy. Saturday is the ice jamboree out of Timberline on the south side of the lake. Always a good turn out. One thing I heard about is besides the regular ice derby they are having a "Shoot Out". My understanding (which may be wrong) is they have a 100 holes pre-drilled, $50 a hole and you fish your one randomly drawn hole from 9am till noon, winners split 50/50 with a charity.

Fishing has been tough the last month, based on my own catches and a number of friends that have shantys out there. Snake northerns and some bass in the shallower water over weeds should give your kids a few tip ups to run for. 

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2/20/18 @ 12:06 PM
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Icefish533
Icefish533
USER since 2/3/16

MOON PHASE (23%)
Waxing Crescent

You are better off taking a ride to high falls or cauldron

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2/20/18 @ 9:56 AM
budsin1
budsin1
USER since 2/20/18

Locals-  coming up to this lake for the first time with my father in law and family this weekend. Couple questions if you could help:

1. Bringing my toddler.  Is there still snowcover on the ice or will the kiddos need creepers?

2. Any general areas that will put us on fish?  not looking for deep secrets, just some guidance to chase some flags for the kids.  We can go from there.  Message me if you prefer.

Edited on 2/20/18 9:57 AM
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2/18/18 @ 12:06 PM
Patrick Whie
Patrick Whie
USER since 1/10/10

Coming up next week .Hows the fishing ben?

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2/11/18 @ 9:24 PM
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tapone
tapone
USER since 11/16/04

MOON PHASE (15%)
Waning Crescent

CONDITIONS
Sunny

ICE DEPTH
20 inches

AIR TEMP
16° - 20° F

Slow day on Saturday. Had like 20 lines out with 12 people. 1 nice northern on a pole. No flags. Easy travel on the lake. Fished near the inlet on the north side.

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2/11/18 @ 7:01 PM
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big_fishman
big_fishman
USER since 10/13/09

MOON PHASE (15%)
Waning Crescent

CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny

ICE DEPTH
20 inches

Fishing was dead for us.  Did find 20 to 22 inches of good ice.  maybe 4 inches of snow, easy travel. 

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2/5/18 @ 7:45 AM
tapone
tapone
USER since 11/16/04

Boat Landing on the north side is fine as of yesterday... 6-7 inches of fluff

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2/4/18 @ 5:03 PM
wile e
wile e
MEMBER since 5/14/11

to all concerned..the landing on the end of oak lane is obstructed by an ice shove no one dumped gravel there to prevent entry,its a shallow lake ice shoves are common look up and down the shoreline it is especially shallow around that landing

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2/3/18 @ 2:04 PM
Randy7425
Randy7425
USER since 2/3/18

Lake Noquebay has another ice shove on the west shore line this.  Access was good in early January, but the public access is dangerous to drive on currently, also very icy on the bottom of oak lane. Use caution.

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1/29/18 @ 7:32 PM
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Gerby
Gerby
USER since 1/17/17

MOON PHASE (95%)
Waxing Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny

ICE DEPTH
20 inches

Been a tough bite. Fished 4 hrs Friday, 1 walleye. 13 hrs Saturday, 1 flag small Northern. 7 hrs Sunday, 1 small Northern,1 small walleye. It’s been like this all winter. Very disappointing 

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