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countryboy123
countryboy123
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FISHING REPORT
1/25/15 9:17 PM CST
Ice Depth: 10" Conditions: Night Time Air Temp: 11° - 15° F Water Temp: Below 40° F
Fished from 6-8:30. Ended up with a few bumps, thinking they were whitefish, and alot of lookers. about 6 shacks out there when we got there and everyone had hit the road by the time we left. Plenty of ice for walking out. We were only about 300 yards out. Anyone have any luck? Heard lots of yelling occasionally coming from all directions.

Bay Fanatic 884
Bay Fanatic 884
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1/25/15 11:50 AM CST
Nice one Big O! Never know what your going to get in this river!

st.mick
st.mick
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Joined: 12/7/2008
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FISHING REPORT
1/25/15 9:55 AM CST
Ice Depth: 10"
Fished with brother-in-law yesterday from 2pm to 730 pm ,2 small walleyes.1 on tip up and 1 jigging with buck shot.Very slow fishing,and didnt look like anyone else did any better.Good Luck

The Big O
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FISHING REPORT
1/24/15 6:07 PM CST
Ice Depth: 14" Conditions: Sunny
Slow morning on the ice today. Only a couple whites on a small orange jigging Rap. Then hooked into this Musky with a minnow-tipped Swedish Pimple. After a battle on 6lb test fluorocarbon , I slid it out of the hole long enough to snap this pic then with a twist of my pliers, sent it back on it's way. Big Smile

H2o_Proof
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1/23/15 11:41 AM CST
I think that thing ate your bike. Awesome catch.

goontah
goontah
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1/23/15 11:25 AM CST
Awesome Muskie! That had to be an adrenalin rush! Cool

Wheres my bike???
Wheres my bike???
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Joined: 11/6/2013
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FISHING REPORT
1/23/15 9:20 AM CST
Was out fishing walleye yesterday and hooked up with a walleye and right at the hole this muskie took a little bite and I hooked up with the muskie instead. I don't know how I got the muskie in with my 6 pound line. The walleye was only a 17 incher but a nice eater. the muskie was 48 inches long.

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jriley
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1/22/15 3:04 PM CST
Just wondering the ice thickness and if they are biting and on what and wear

bobf
bobf
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Joined: 12/12/2014
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1/22/15 8:04 AM CST
I don't eat them outta the fox havnt fished there in years didnt keep them back then either was just wondering just like the guys down here in milw keep fish outta lake Michigan but not in the milw river cause the same reason the river is bad but guys say they dont live in the river all year. And ur rite bout food we eat from grocery store its prob worse than those fox eyes!! Lol good luck cant wait for open water cold is getting old!!

tader
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1/21/15 11:06 AM CST
fyi, most of the food from the store is unsafe as well. If you only knew... CPR is a good thing for the future of our amazing fishery in this state !!! Time to drill holes good luck to all !!

Bay Fanatic 884
Bay Fanatic 884
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Joined: 12/22/2012
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FISHING REPORT
1/20/15 11:41 PM CST
Ice Depth: 10"
Limit for the frying pan. That cigarette you smoked catching eyes doesn't pro long your life either Cool These fish this time of year are coming out of green bay.

GettinJiggyWithIt
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1/20/15 5:49 PM CST
Pretty sure the fish glow in the dark out of these waters. I tell you tomorrow when I catch a 10lb.er. No I will not be keeping any to eat out of this polluted waters. I'll be going to Poygan for the eaters later in the day.

North Shore
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1/20/15 4:30 PM CST
Eating fish out of here is absolutely not a risk I am willing to take and certainly wouldn't feed them to my kids or wife. Regardless of the degree of risk, how much is a Walleye fillet worth to you? How would you feel if in 50 years you came down with a medical condition and had to wonder if the 1 meal of fish per month out of here was a contributory factor to the onset of the health issue? And no I don't trust the DNR and the limits of research to determine what is safe or not. This isn't a grocery store. Plenty of other lakes to keep fish from if you insist upon doing so.

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countryboy123
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1/20/15 3:44 PM CST
Ive been eating walleyes out of here for 3 years, and i dont have two horns and 40 eyes on my head. they taste the same as any walleye. Ive caught them on the fox, the bay, shawano, high falls flowage, noquebay and they all taste the same. I do be careful to not eat them alot like i would other fish, maybe like once a month or every couple months.

ericstone41
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1/20/15 11:28 AM CST
I eat them from out in the bay, they taste fine. I also fish the the wolf river bago system they to taste fine. I zipper my eyes from both bodies of water. You use to not have that mud line on the bago walleyes, something has changed there. I'm willing to bet you could not tell the differnce from a walleye caught from bay shore north or the bago system if I cooked both of them at the same. I do notice a huge taste differnce from a Canadian walleye to a bay or bago walleye. This is just my opinion

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