Lake Puckaway, Green Lake County

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10/14/17 @ 11:18 PM
weedless2112
weedless2112
USER since 5/18/15

Here's a couple of late pics from last week.


Edited on 10/14/17 11:21 PM
Lake Puckaway, Green Lake County Photo
Lake Puckaway, Green Lake County Photo
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10/14/17 @ 10:47 AM
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stillworking
stillworking
MEMBER since 7/31/10

MOON PHASE (27%)
Waning Crescent

Finished the pier then threw some casts got two small bass. Then waded out to about where pier ended and got a 19 to 20 inch large mouth. That’s why I’ve been thinking about a kayak. Heading home-shoulder surgery Weds. and hoping recovery isn’t too long.

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10/13/17 @ 5:52 PM
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Apuckawa Alex
Apuckawa Alex
USER since 7/9/12

MOON PHASE (37%)
Waning Crescent

CONDITIONS
Cloudy

AIR TEMP
61° - 65° F

WATER TEMP
51° - 55° F

Hi Still Working & everyone else. True enough, Puck has enough water to float a boat. The launch is the tough part eveen for a 14' boat. Fished today white bass,sheepshead & northerns.  Kept zero. Found an area on the Lake P thick with Northern Pike. They hit everything we tossed, very aggressive. 12" up to one 28". Eating machines, don't know how any panfish survive. Remember hearing past spring this year was time WDNR was to sample and survey condition and species numbers. Does anyone know if WDNR did? If so were results released?

LOVE 'DA PUCK

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10/13/17 @ 3:23 PM
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stillworking
stillworking
MEMBER since 7/31/10

MOON PHASE (37%)
Waning Crescent

Fished the river again this morning. Seven nice Crappies, six pike with two bite off’s, two white bass, one gill and about ten large mouth. Could be my last go for the year. Water is up a little, deep enough to go out from my pier but took the pier in today. 

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10/11/17 @ 4:36 PM
hzjjwh
hzjjwh
USER since 3/12/14

I used a helicopter to drop in my bass tracker due to the low depth of the water (motor trimmed up). I used bottom bouncers with a leader and spoon and put the slam on them all day. Make sure you put your blackhawk on silent mode while launching so you don't scare away the fish or ducks. 

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10/11/17 @ 2:39 PM
fltlndr
fltlndr
USER since 12/25/02

Some trailers tilt. That may be what he is talking about.

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10/11/17 @ 2:22 PM
SMOKER66
SMOKER66
USER since 6/20/01

APuck...what does "breaks to launch" mean?  

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10/11/17 @ 1:03 PM
Bobbysdad
Bobbysdad
USER since 10/11/17

Just making my first post. My son and I have been fishing the puck for the last 6-8 years. Probably 20-30 times a year. Started at lakeside and now own near puck. Have learned a lot from the posts on this site and plan to pay back by posting our successes and or failures. 

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10/11/17 @ 11:10 AM
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weedless2112
weedless2112
USER since 5/18/15

MOON PHASE (59%)
Waning Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Cloudy

AIR TEMP
66° - 70° F

WATER TEMP
61° - 65° F

Fished last Fri,Sat,and Sun am. In my 25 plus years fishing this lake ,Friday was one of the best fishing days I've had and Sat was almost as good. My partner and I caught many big largemouths  several good size northern. including a 35 incher. And 2 bonus 18" smallmouths. Most fish came on a variety of plastics and on crankbaits. I believe the lower water is concentrating the fish , so if you can find a place to launch ,try and get out before the water temperature drops. even if you have to push pole or use hip boots to get through the shallows. We used a variety of colors, but nothing we threw seemed to small to get hit.

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10/8/17 @ 9:49 PM
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walleyewatcher14
walleyewatcher14
USER since 11/14/16

MOON PHASE (89%)
Waning Gibbous

Went out this morning and caught 15 fish all over 15'' on the south shore. Chartreuse seems to be the hot colour!  

Edited on 10/8/17 9:50 PM
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