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FinFisher
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9/12/14 12:44 PM CST
I would think the mouth of the river would get better as fall sets in. I've always thought about fishing it for northerns and walleyes in the late fall. Had early ice success there, I would think they are there before the ice forms. Anyone ever try it? Thoughts?

Apuckawa Alex
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9/11/14 11:26 AM CST
Fished with Curt-T-O; 1 Smally,; 1 Large M., 2 Northern. West end, weeds out to open water. Water Temp 71 degrees. Clear water. Hogger: Use a nice $9.00 artifical bait and I'll guarantee a Large Northern Pike will make it theirs. You named good spots to try. Remember Lake Puck 32'rule/one fish. Glad your fish/release. Sign of fall: Cormmrants rolling along Lake surface on the minnow/fingerling hunt. Joined in the middle were the Pelicans and circling in the air the Seagulls cleaning up the left overs. Something to see, can't get that on hand-held electronics. Gotta Love 'da Puck. Big Smile Smile Big Smile

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thehogger
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9/10/14 2:13 PM CST
Coming up fishing next week and wanted to know where I might have the best luck for big pike. I release all pike. I have fished here before and had some good luck getting some pike over 35in. I normally use large suckers or dead blue gills I get in the lake. I had my best luck near the river and channel mouth. I was thinking along the reeds and those same spots? Feel free to PM. Thanks for any help I enjoy seeing those big fish swim away and ready to fight another day.

Lunker-Abduction
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FISHING REPORT
9/7/14 10:17 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 71° - 75° F
Fished the river from the mouth to about 1/2 mile in nothing. I was tossing 2 color flicker shad and had night crawlers set up but no hits in about an hour. Moved back to the lake and parked off Haystack point in about 2.5 of clear water with nice weed growth and picked up 6 walleye in about an hour all under sized.

1 hit a bronze flicker shad the others were on night crawler bits

I was actually going for catfish for my son but the walleye liked them.

Good day out there.

Got to say the weed growth looks real strong this year definitely making a come back. I have to say it's got to do with the carp removals the past few years. Lake looks real good and healthy

JAA On the Fox
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9/7/14 4:23 PM CST
Reports of catfish eating dead carp on Koshkonong. Lots of catfish in the Fox system. Maybe this will turn out to be an answer to the carp problem?

Apuckawa Alex
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9/5/14 3:34 PM CST
Coming to a Lake near us. WIS DNR has reporter a virus that is new to Wisconsin waters affects common carp. Koi herpes virus not harmful to humans or other fish has found its way in Horicon Marsh, Lake Sinissippi. Possibly Silver Creek, tributary to Rock River in Watertown. Carp die off may occur when water temps are between 71-79. Carp tissue samples were sent to LaCrosse Fish Health Center and Michigan State Univ. Horicon die-off carp had damage gills, sunken eyes and enlarged spleens. This virus was found in New York, Michigan and Ontario. If it is observed on Puck call Laura Stemick Thompson (60Cool 770-8084 or (920) 387-7876. With temps dropping may not happen this year here, but eventually may find its way into Puck. Tons of floating dead carp-yuck! Go to Wis DNR site for story Puke Puke

Apuckawa Alex
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9/3/14 1:12 PM CST
Whiskers: Yes off of Fox Court. At the 4-way stop sign turn left and you go north onCo. Hwy C. back out to WIS. 23. If you turn right you'll head to the entrance of the "Good Old Days. Go straight ahead past Lake Arrowhead campgrond and you'll get to a sign on the right, "Apuckawa"landing or launch. Just west of the blacktop entrance is a private road call "Toepfer", dont use that one. A long blacktop lane leads to Puckaway and boat launch, restrooms and picnic tables. Very nice. At the launch is a voluntary donation box. Cool Cool Cool

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9/2/14 7:16 PM CST
Apuckawa Alex. Is that landing off of Fox Ct. If it is,what road or street do you take.

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Apuckawa Alex
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8/28/14 10:11 AM CST
Brian Wi: You can fish from the pier/dock at the IDNR Public Landing: "Apuckawa" Public Launch. Nice shady picnic area/nice restrooms. Located east of Arrowhead Campground. Take HWY 23 east of Montello turn right onto County "C" at east edge of Montello. Public landing maybe about 6 miles east. About 5 miles you'll come to a 4-way stop. Go straight east. Turn right onto pave entrance to landing. Well marked sign. Sure the way catfish are biting you'll have luck. Have fun. Welcome to Puck.Wink

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BrianWI_
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8/26/14 8:42 PM CST
Anywhere you can catch catfish from shore?

bergy_23
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8/25/14 11:48 PM CST
Conditions: Cloudy Air Temp: 81° - 88° F Water Temp: 66° - 70° F
Fished Sat. And Sun. Hard (23 & 24th). Catfish were very abundant!!!!! 16-24 inches. Sheepshead everywhere!!!!!! Caught some nice perch by the Good Old Days Pub. And for Friday night fish - you cannot go wrong with theirs!!!!! EXCELLENT!!!!

Found some big bluegills on Sunday in the river. Pads and timber!!!!! Mixed in a few perch and rock bass also. Saw a huge northern pike caught and it was released!!!!!

Good Fishing to,ALL!!!!!!

bnuts
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8/24/14 8:41 PM CST
unless its iceout don't waste your time on this puddle. wish someone said this on here before. maybe I'm spoiled having winnebago in my backyard but you can't fish puckaway without a case of beer.

Prohunter
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8/23/14 8:02 PM CST
Log cabin opened last week

Derelict2
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8/22/14 5:00 PM CST
Should be back up for some great fall fishing shortly into September.

Any word on the Log Cabin? Has she opened back up? Really craving some pizza!

rivers end
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FISHING REPORT
8/22/14 9:38 AM CST
Following Ganders post. We had just under 4 inches of rain past few days. River is showing a rise in water level and algae bloom does seem better. Hotter temps forecasted and high humidity coming next few days so not sure what that will do. Reported nice size blue gill being caught in Grand and pretty good shad hatch in river; white bass have been more active. Sheephead seem to be active on trolling still and the consist catfish still active. Have no report on Northerns this week; nor walleye or bass. Some crappie, but not many in one spot. Take the time to take the kids out fishing. Rod

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