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charleymeppspinerguy
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2/19/15 8:30 PM CST
Ice Depth: 18" Air Temp: Below 0° F
I was out today from 11:30 until 4. WOW, was it cold out!!No dahh right, what can I say I love fishing! ha ha. Anyways, those fish were moving so so slow, like snail speed. I put tons of colors down, live, bait, fake bate...geez nothing. The pike and bass showed a little interest. Can't complain though, got to watch fish on my camera instead of going to work, can't beat that! I was fishing in 25 feet of water, with great green weeds below me. Good luck to all of you guys, going out for the tournament!

charleymeppspinerguy
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2/17/15 6:50 PM CST
Ice Depth: 16" Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 6° - 10° F Water Temp: Below 40° F
I was out today from noon till 5:30. Mostly fished in about 22 ft. of water. Had the camera down, saw gills, a jumbo perch, a few bass, and just tons of pike...couldn't get anything to bite except 2 pike. Nothing was interested in the wax worms. Only my 1 inch gulp had any takers.

charleymeppspinerguy
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2/6/15 5:46 PM CST
Ice Depth: 15" Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 21° - 25° F Water Temp: Below 40° F
Went out with a buddy today, we went on the east side, in about 25 feet of water. Put the camera down, beautiful green weeds, there was just TONS of gills off the bottom about 4 feet or so, along with a decent amount of bass, one prolly 16 inch pike, and a perch...the bite was real negative for us though, the fish would just sit there in front of the camera and just stare at our bait, had a few soft bites and thats it. Used several different small jigs with waxies, and minnows.

charleymeppspinerguy
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2/5/15 4:51 PM CST
Ice Depth: 15" Conditions: Partly Sunny
Went out yesterday from 11-5. I went off of the point to the right of the launch. Fished 6-18 feet of water, had 2 bites, and that is it. I admit I didn't drill many holes it was cold and windy, and I was drilling by hand, I guess you could call it lazy ha ha. I was using glow jigs with wax worms for the most part.

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BeABigFish
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2/5/15 1:12 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 11° - 15° F
Went out Monday the 2nd and caught 5 fish, 4 northern and one bass just after dark. One northern was 27 in. About 7-8 flags total. Wind was brutal, but we toughened it out from 11-8pm. Not a bad day, looking for some bigger fish though. Fished in water from 8-17 feet

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1/25/15 7:35 PM CST
Tomorrow:

The Kettle Moraine Bass Anglers are looking for new members. The club fishes 8 to 10 bass tournaments a year. You can fish just 1 or all of them. Its fairly inexpensive to fish. $35 membership fee for the year. Each tournament costs $30 to get in. We are competitive but like to have fun. We fish in teams of 2 so we are looking for both anglers with boats, as well as people who want to be coanglers.

We have our first meeting of the year tomorrow, Monday, January 26 at 7 pm at Falls Tap in Sheboygan Falls (***location has changed***). If you're at all interested, please come to the meeting to learn more and bring a friend. We have members of all ages. Sheboyganbass.com has more info.

Hope to see you there tomorrow!

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1/24/15 6:04 PM CST
Ice Depth: 11" Conditions: Cloudy Air Temp: 36° - 40° F Water Temp: Below 40° F
Fished 6:00 till 1:30 north of the small island seven perch 8"to 9" on purple jig with glow spots was the best also four norts on tip-ups northerns were a 24" two 26ers and two 28s. Lots of guys driving on ice with full size trucks out there, with only 11" ice I will stick with walking. Good luck and tight lines.

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1/23/15 10:24 AM CST
They are all fished out....

danwulff21
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1/23/15 5:04 AM CST
I was wondering if anyone could tell me where would be my best luck to go on this lake for some pan fish. It would be greatly . Thanks and the best of luck to everyone.

Walleye Hunter 12
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1/19/15 2:22 PM CST
Got out for a few hours Sunday morning and caught a few pan fish. All fish were caught jigging. Caught all of mine on a plastic tipped with spikes. Here is a short video that I put together. Make sure to check out my other vids and to subscribe to the You Tube page. Thank you!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0qUS-kBJBWU

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1/16/15 3:00 PM CST
Ice Depth: 13" Conditions: Cloudy Air Temp: 21° - 25° F
Fished on the southeast, south of the island from 7 till 10:00. Put down 2 tip-ups and jigged. 1 flag, 12" northern and that was it. Hated to throw it back because they're over populated but sure wasn't big enough to clean. Ended up catching 1 gill and 6 perch, none worth keeping. Had about 15 holes drilled and kept hole hopping and changing lures. Lake went dead so it was time to leave. Was good to get out and get away from 2 sick little granddaughters for awhile! I drove out in pick-up with no problems. Plenty of ice for driving where I was. Tight lines and be safe. Smile

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1/14/15 11:40 AM CST
Ice Depth: 14" Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 0° - 5° F
Fished yesterday with one crappie 12 inches.Had the camera down but saw no other fish. Water was not real clear. Trucks driving out. 13 inches of ice out from the landing.

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1/8/15 10:58 PM CST
If you love bass fishing, mark your calendars!

The Kettle Moraine Bass Anglers are looking for new members. The club fishes 8 to 10 bass tournaments a year. You can fish just 1 or all of them. Its fairly inexpensive to fish. $35 membership fee for the year. Each tournament costs $30 to get in. We are competitive but like to have fun. We fish in teams of 2 so we are looking for both anglers with boats, as well as people who want to be coanglers. We have our first meeting of the year on Monday, January 26 at 7 pm at 'the other place' in Sheboygan falls. If you're at all interested, please come to the meeting to learn more and bring a friend. We have members of all ages. Sheboyganbass.com has more info. Hope to see you there!

As far as my report for crystal lake, fishing has been slow. an occasional Pike on tip ups in 14 to 24 fowl. pan fishing has been slow for me too. best bite is early morning or right at dark. lots of guys out there on the weekends.

FATHER BOB
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1/7/15 6:37 AM CST
when is the ice fisheree? still don't have any tickets down by anglers bait shop

BUCKJAMMER
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1/2/15 9:02 AM CST
Ice Depth: 6"
There was open water north of the middle island on jan 1st. It stretched from the bridge straight east about 100 yards. It looks like it froze over night. That area by the bridge is always dangerous I saw a guy fall through and remember a truck falling in also east of the bridge.

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