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mercman1127
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7/20/15 9:05 PM CST
Fished fox for the first time since January. Drifted one end of the deep basin to the other Sunday morning. Got 7 nice craps and 2 eater eyes in 3 hours. Great fish fry sun afternoon. Bottom buncers and spiners with 2" of crawler produced all fish.

pike eyes
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7/14/15 12:57 PM CST
by the looks of what was still there it appeared to e a wave runner, probably sucked to much weeds into the jet ???

Crappie Killer
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7/13/15 10:11 AM CST
Anyone know the cause of the boat fire off of Clausen park this past Saturday?

grizzly78
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7/13/15 9:15 AM CST
Only 3 weeks left.

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

-limited to the first 19 boats that sign up

-18 inch size limit on Fox

Schedule:

July 15th - Fox Lake (Clausen Park)

July 22nd - Big Green

July 29th - Lazy Lake

coralman
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7/12/15 3:26 PM CST
Brianwi - no specific spots, just up in the back water pads NE end, about 2.5 to 4 feet of water. They were pretty much thru ought.

Timmothy A
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7/12/15 1:52 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 76° - 80º F
Crappies....I marked what I thought were crappies in the deep yesterday, but there were no takers, whatever they were. Found some perch yesterday in 13 fow and in 8 fow today. Bite was stronger today than yesterday. Boats mostly out around the islands today, a few in the deep and a few trollers.

Herefishyfishy91
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7/11/15 9:47 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 76° - 80º F
For anyone interested, or to prove me wrong....seems crappies have moved into deeper water this week. Dock fishing has been pretty weak compared to earlier weeks.

pike eyes
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7/10/15 11:20 AM CST
No just the typical black speckles the usually have Big Smile

BrianWI_
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7/10/15 10:32 AM CST
Any specific spots on those perch?

coralman
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7/9/15 11:12 AM CST
Thanks for the tip. For anyone after perch, they are congregating in the shallows and backwaters on the windward side. Some nice gills are still lingering in the shallow weed beds as well.

coolhawg
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7/7/15 5:31 PM CST
Or head to buffalo. Walleys are biting good

BrianWI_
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7/7/15 1:54 PM CST
For walleye right now, look East of Brushwood Island.

gamehunter
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7/7/15 10:06 AM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 76° - 80º F
Nobody will likely give any info on walleye on this lake. They are hard enough to find and pattern as it is. It seems to be really hit or miss. It seems to change quite a bit.

Went out and trolled deep Sunday evening. We had nothing to show for it. We did mark a lot of fish mid water column. I am assuming they are crappie. Hind sight, I should have brought gear and tried to focus on what those fish were.

coralman
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7/6/15 12:16 PM CST
BTW, anyone know what part of the lake to target for some decent walleye action and how deep they are running currently? Knowing what kind of a rig works good for this lake would be a benefit as well.

Thanks,

coralman
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7/6/15 12:12 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 76° - 80º F Water Temp: 71° - 75° F
Went out for the second time ever (first time was a number of years ago with no luck) and fished the back waters from about noon until 7:30pm. No luck on northerns but did pretty good on perch and bluegill. My wife and I took home 18 (mixed basket) each. Couple nice sized gills and alright size perch, nothing huge. The main lake was a bit busy with pleasure craft making it a bit rough to fish descent so we kept to the calm back water areas. I landed 3 largemouth bass and here is a photo of the largest one. Woohooo, what a whopper! (tossed them back of course). All around not a bad fishing day, except the outboard gave issues when trying to shift out of neutral.

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