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perch_master
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7/3/15 11:46 AM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 71° - 75° F
Fished yesterday (7/2/15 2p-7:15p) with the best fishing partner I could ask for. Caught a couple bass and a few small perch. Missed a monster pike (probably close to 40") right nest to the boat. Came out of nowhere. Bass were caught on a fluorescent green spinnerbait and the perch were caught on piece of crawler under bobber. The pike hit the green spinner also. The pictures are of my son's fish that he caught. The perch were small, but he still had a blast.

Herefishyfishy91
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6/28/15 7:09 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 66° - 70° F
Went out in am and scored 17 crappie in an hour. They were all 9-12”. Hitting on orange/brown mighty with a night crawler as well as minnow/bobber setup. No boat so we stuck to docks and weed edges. Just finished a great fish fry with the family.

Timmothy A
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6/27/15 9:31 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 71° - 75° F
Fished this am. Started out in 5 to 8 fow with a hard bottom looking for whatever we could find with live bait. Caught 1 lmb and 4 gils, one dandy sized one. Decided to scout the deep water, marked a bunch of fish, decided to drift with minnows. Caught 2 mid 20's pike and a perch in short order, circled back around, anchored and caught perch. Had to sort through them but have enough for a fish fry.

Jacuzzi
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6/25/15 5:35 PM CST
Are any walleye or panfish biting by the dam?

Chunderlin
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6/25/15 8:37 AM CST
Conditions: Cloudy Air Temp: 76° - 80º F
Tried jigging and floating with fatheads, mister twister- retrieved and jigged, tried some 2/5 spoons, floating raps and countdowns, and some giant killers in several colors. Tried fast and slow retrieval bright and natural colors. No bites the three hours floating around the Boathouse bar and grill and the east shoreline. A lot of fish on the finder in the 6-8 ft holes, when I was in the deeper-15-16 ft areas- the fish were all well off the bottoms. Guess I should have tried a worm. The tackle shop said they have really shut down since the storms on Monday...

shoot2kill
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6/22/15 8:35 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 81° - 88° F Water Temp: 71° - 75° F
I live out in west bend and I was wondering if it's worth it for me to drive an hour out there to bowfish?? Anyone please let me know if there's a lot of carp and worth it for me to go there please! Some that I got this year in for pics

moon-glo
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6/22/15 2:33 PM CST
No smallmouth in Fox Lake.

Bassmaster42
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6/22/15 2:29 PM CST
This week I'll be going to fox lake fishing for large mouth and small mouth bass anything I should us and where to fish at! ??

grizzly78
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6/22/15 9:19 AM CST
Here's the schedule & rules:

Rules are simple:

- $20 per boat (2 person max per boat). Entry is still $20 if you are fishing by yourself.

- Boats must be on the water by 5:55 pm

- Each boat can bring in one fish per person

- Fishing hours are 6:00 pm to 9:00 PM

- The individual anglers who catch the heaviest and the second heaviest bass of the night get paid

- 18 inch size limit on Fox and Lazy Lakes.

- limited to the first 19 boats that register.

Schedule: June 24th - Fox Lake (clausen park - in town on the river)

July 1st - Lazy Lake (public launch)

July 8th - Little Green

July 15th - Fox Lake

July 22nd - Big Green

July 29th - Lazy Lake

jasondolajeck
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6/18/15 7:42 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 81° - 88° F Water Temp: 76° - 80º F
If you stay on the south side of brushwood island and east of elmwood island the bass are biting, make sure its calm water on good days, if temperature is high the water is going to be very warm shallow so stay out on about 3-5ft of water and Ive just been using big weedless worms which have been working excellent especially for the weeded areas, but if its a little cloudy go shallow and use worms or any kind of frog lures, this has been working for me the past couple of weeks and have seen and caught some good size bass. I hit these islands on days the wind is coming from the west or northwest, with low wind speeds. nothing but success. hope this helps! Check it out. Also had some look with panfish in the shallows too!

big walleye master
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6/12/15 6:38 PM CST
Any fish below the dam

BJE80
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6/12/15 10:28 AM CST
Any recent reports on what is happening and water temp out there?

whiskerface
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5/27/15 10:21 PM CST
Conditions: Night Time Air Temp: 61° - 65° F Water Temp: 61° - 65° F
Two friends of mine and I went out bowfishing last weekend. Shot until 3:30 a.m. We normally shoot the dam earlier in the night so ppl dont wake up in the middle of the night. You will get the occational local drunkard that always has something to say but not to bad. Then we spend the rest of the night it the government. Ended up with 2 55 gallon drums and 1 35 gallon drum full. There is alot out there. We just got sick of shooting them.

C.Rake
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5/27/15 7:55 PM CST
Flags...shoot all the carp you want anyone who complains is ignorant. Might wanna do it sooner than later cant imagine that water will stay clear much longer...

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5/27/15 6:09 PM CST
So me and my buddy went fishing up there and caught a bunch of crappie but we also saw a lot of monster carp.... is there any rules on shooting them? would we piss people off? i am a bow fisher and like to follow the rules and try not to piss people off thanks. Also we dispose of all of our fish appropriately

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