Long Lake, Washburn County

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9/24/16 @ 9:51 AM
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fltlndr
fltlndr
USER since 12/25/02

MOON PHASE (36%)
Waning Crescent

CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny

AIR TEMP
66° - 70° F

WATER TEMP
66° - 70° F

Fished the 18 thru the 21 fishing was slow. Caught a few northern a few bass a couple short walleye and a few crazy bluegill attacking our crank baits.

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8/30/16 @ 9:33 AM
Big JT
Big JT
USER since 6/19/01

Thanks again Jim! Hoping to talk brother in-law into trailering to long lake one morning! I'll let you know how we do!

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8/30/16 @ 9:09 AM
Jim Stroede
Jim Stroede Guide Service
MEMBER since 1/8/15

Hey Big JT,

Right now we've been jigging deep weeds and or lindy rigging just outside the deep weeds.  As it gets later in the season the lindy rigs seem to be the better way to go.  Best of luck out there, let us know how you do.

Jim

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8/30/16 @ 8:04 AM
Big JT
Big JT
USER since 6/19/01

Hi Jim! Just wondering the best way to fish for walleye on Chetac/Birch? Never caught a walleye while fishing for them! Only when Crappie fishing! We will be going to Fred Thomas Resort for a family trip and would love to catch some Eyes! Lindy Rig, Spinner Harness, or Lead Head Jigging, what is best this time of year? Thanks Jim, tight lines!


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8/13/16 @ 7:50 AM
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Jim Stroede
Jim Stroede Guide Service
MEMBER since 1/8/15

MOON PHASE (77%)
Waxing Gibbous

We've had some good walleye fishing out on Long lately, my fishing guest Tom caught some good ones this past week.  Jiging deeper water seems to be where it's at right now, leeches are in short supply around here so we've switched to crawlers for bait.

Good luck and good fishing,

Jim Stroede

Edited on 8/13/16 8:03 AM
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8/3/16 @ 5:17 PM
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Sleep
Sleep
USER since 5/16/14

MOON PHASE (1%)
Waxing Crescent

CONDITIONS
Cloudy

AIR TEMP
76° - 80° F

WATER TEMP
71° - 75° F

Picked up three walleye  ( all short ) and a nice smallmouth Sunday night. Pulling spinners with leech over the top of the deep weed edges in 13 - 15 feet of water.

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7/25/16 @ 11:08 PM
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Jim Stroede
Jim Stroede Guide Service
MEMBER since 1/8/15

MOON PHASE (64%)
Waning Gibbous

Guided out on Long Sunday morning with a great client and fisherman Marc, we caught a wide variety of fish, a 19" walleye, quite a few largemouth bass, a half dozen or so smallmouth bass, a few pike and a bunch of bluegills and rockies.

Jigs and leeches fished along deep weed edges got us our bites.  We also lost a couple of big fish we never got a look at too.

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7/11/16 @ 8:01 PM
GoldieBear
GoldieBear
USER since 12/20/12
Indian spearing is a shame to all fishermen. Rights are one thing, but they are killing the walleye population. Why is this still allowed. Most of us have to pay and work hard to get a license and catch a meal the real way; not lights and spears! Again, what a harmful indecency and balant abuse of law.

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7/7/16 @ 12:25 PM
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jake6
jake6
USER since 5/8/16

MOON PHASE (12%)
Waxing Crescent

CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny

WATER TEMP
71° - 75° F

Was out Saturday morning and managed to catch around 15 bass. Most of  them were caught in deeper weeds. Only a few of these fish were over 14 inches. 

The one in the picture is 18.5 inches

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6/29/16 @ 9:43 AM
JC-Wisconsin
JC-Wisconsin
USER since 4/1/05

The pike population has decreased significantly over the last 20 years.  Not really surprised that you caught so few pike.  

I agree there should be separate limits on SM bass in all lakes in WI.  LM and SM are totally different fish, and to have them lumped together makes little sense.

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