Stiles Dam, Oconto River, Oconto County

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4/19/16 @ 7:58 PM
FISHING REPORT
deadonoutdoors
deadonoutdoors
MEMBER since 9/18/09

MOON PHASE (94%)
Waxing Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny

AIR TEMP
36° - 40° F

WATER TEMP
40° - 45° F
More photos from last week, we had an awesome two days.

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4/19/16 @ 7:53 PM
FISHING REPORT
deadonoutdoors
deadonoutdoors
MEMBER since 9/18/09

MOON PHASE (94%)
Waxing Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny

AIR TEMP
36° - 40° F

WATER TEMP
40° - 45° F
Sorry for the late report, couldn't get anything posted from my phone. Fished Monday and Tuesday last week at the dam and on the bay. Monday I landed 16 on the river and my buddy landed 5. Tuesday he landed 9 and I landed 4. Moved out to the bay and caught a few casting rippin raps in 8 to 12' of water. Looking to get back for the post-spawn bite out on the bay, PM if anyone is interested in getting out on a Tuesday. Ill try to get some of my pictures to post.

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4/15/16 @ 4:25 AM
muskyox2323
muskyox2323
USER since 12/18/15
Amateur hour for comedians I see on here with that comment. It's off of Wedgewood ave.in oconto don't know the address number but I'm sure you could find it on Google or something if you needed to.

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4/14/16 @ 10:26 PM
519vx
519vx
USER since 7/7/05
It's in Oconto.

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4/14/16 @ 10:19 PM
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abovethelake
abovethelake
USER since 1/6/13

MOON PHASE (56%)
Waxing Gibbous
Where is the oconto sportsmen's club

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4/14/16 @ 10:04 AM
Putdowntheaquaview
Putdowntheaquaview
USER since 12/6/05
Go to Oconto and save yourself the time of snagging a sucker on every cast... Oconto Sportsmans Club was pretty hot last night.

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4/13/16 @ 5:26 PM
Hogiebear
Hogiebear
USER since 9/29/15
Heading up tomorrow to give it another shot. Any body there the last couple of days? Is it overrun by suckers? Haven't been able to make it since 10 days ago so looking for any reports from Wednesday or Thursday of this week

Thanks in advance

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4/11/16 @ 6:53 AM
crazy beards
crazy beards
USER since 4/23/14
Thanks for the info. Yeah we always use caution when shooting even when they aren't spawning the eyes like to sneak in on the bow fishing grounds throughout the year. Thanks again

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4/10/16 @ 2:35 PM
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pulaski cakes
pulaski cakes
USER since 4/10/16

MOON PHASE (15%)
Waxing Crescent
plenty of suckers to be had between dam and railroad bridge. fished saturday evening from 5:30 to 7:30 and snagged about 10 no walleyes. would use caution bow fishing though as it would have to be pretty tough telling walleyes and suckers apart in the stained and moving water.

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4/10/16 @ 11:01 AM
crazy beards
crazy beards
USER since 4/23/14
Can anybody tell me if they have been seeing any carp or suckers running threw the mix. Want to get some with the bow.

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4/8/16 @ 9:43 PM
Jrey
Jrey
USER since 2/3/14
Why don't you just go get your replica made now

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4/8/16 @ 3:15 PM
KTLA
KTLA
USER since 5/1/03
Agreed. I'm hoping to get a 30 incher someday. So far I've only made it to 26". When I do get one, I'll photograph it, release it and have a reproduction made.

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4/8/16 @ 2:20 PM
hockeyguy39
hockeyguy39
USER since 8/24/07
I've also read that the bigger ones (28+) are, obviously, much older fish and thus their eggs aren't as viable as smaller (22+)younger eyes. But unless you were going to have it mounted, I personally see absolutely no reason to keep any over 22" or so. I've kept a couple over the years and will likely never do that again since I did not care for the taste of a bigger, older fish. But that is just my opinion. People are free to keep whatever they are legally allowed to. Hopefully common sense prevails in many instances.

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4/8/16 @ 1:16 PM
KTLA
KTLA
USER since 5/1/03
Fish Facts are slippery things. You can find a pretty wide swing on lots of stats. For example, I have seen egg estimates for a 5 lb. walleye as low as 100,000 and as high as 500,000. My source estimated 300,000 which seemed like a good guesstimate. All my stats where sourced, but I'm sure anyone can challenge them from some other, equally reputable source. There are so many variables from body of water, to the severity of the previous winter that apples to apples comparisons are difficult. One stat seems pretty consistent. The big fish are statistically skewed towards the females. When you get to 30", you get to a near 0% for males. The larger point on which I know you will agree is that we should release the big uns to keep the fishery strong. Tight lines!

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4/8/16 @ 12:07 PM
jigmasterflex
jigmasterflex
USER since 1/10/14
There is not one correct fact in that post but I get where you're coming from.

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