sent ya a PM stick.
Depending on what point you start from I'd say that they are all good, if I had to guess most of the fish are still out in the colder water. Either the launch on Hwy j or Leonard's ln are your best bet, community park is a good spot as well, it has a few quick drop offs within casting distance from shore.
Good luck! And let us know how you do!
hey guys and gals i need some info with a quick turnaround. Im heading up to the Dflowage monday to do some fishing. ill be shore fishing so ill start at the dam,
1. The access looks easy on google maps. is this a safe assumption on my part?
2. Whats a guy fishing for down there? Love to get some crappie but i can rig walleyes or bass nort etc.
3. If anyone has other shore locations in that area they wouldnt mind sharing i would be greatful. if not that cool too. understand entirely.
quicker the better, heading up tomorrow night i believe.
Yeah, umpteen million projects have really cut into my fishing time. I actually planned on going on the flowage this weekend, glad to see you posted on here and you didn't get skunked. Not sure where you were fishing but there are usually a few spots that seem to hold a few fish if you don't mind hopping around to get them.
Been out several times in the last few weeks. So far only bluegills, catfish, smallmouth and one small walleye have been caught. Havent really been out at ideal times due to hectic schedule. Biggest smallmouth was about 17 inches, slow but steady catching all days ive gone out dragging a nightcrawler/minnow hook. Muskie wasnt my primary target and no sign of any so far, but maybe a little more time spent focusing on musky would help. Havent seen too many reports so i decided to make one.
The main areas of rocks is on the eastern side of the main lake, ask me how I found that one out...lol, I don't venture up by Josie Creek much but I know that there are a few spots known to take a lower unit or two but as long as you use common sense you should be fine, if you stop in town they have a few different maps that would have the hazards marked. Good luck fishing and post how you did
Drove up to the flowage on Saturday. It's been 15 years since I've last been there, the flowage was bigger than I remember it. we plan on staying at the county park, hope navigating around rocks is not an issue. Looking forward to more fish reports!
Fished from about 1830 to 2030. One of the most gratifying trips out in a very long time, boated 4 walleyes, a smallmouth, a nice blue gill and a catfish between the wife and I. What made it gratifying was it was the first time fishing in the project boat I've been working on for almost a year, nothing broke, leaked or failed to perform. Can't wait to go again this week!!!