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curt-t-o
curt-t-o
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FISHING REPORT
10/12/14 3:16 PM CST
Air Temp: 51° - 55° F Water Temp: 56° - 60° F
White bass hitting in lake and river. Jigs and cranks. Trolling raps and flickers northerns,whites,cats. Tried eyes at nite no show. Water still about norm level. Biggest pike 35in rest snakes. Last I know nets were on east end . Good luck. Curt-t-o

Stoch
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10/7/14 7:46 PM CST
Was up this last weekend hunting, the amount of SHAD I seen going up the river in the dark with the spotlight was unreal. Probably not a good sign for the up coming ice fishing season??

shiner to pickeral ratio
shiner to pickeral ratio
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10/7/14 4:33 PM CST
any actual fishing reports? heading up the next 2 weekends.... planning on trolling and maybe drifting some live bait.

will report how we do.

Apuckawa Alex
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10/7/14 10:43 AM CST
Curt-T-O: How about an up-to-date fishing report. Sunnies, crappies, or 'Eyes? Dodge the fish nets and buckshot. A bad day fishing is better than any good day working. Alex Blush Big Smile Smile Wink

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FinFisher
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10/7/14 7:19 AM CST
Good point Drago, forgot about the duck hunters...

drago10
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FISHING REPORT
10/6/14 7:32 PM CST
Just remember that Duck Season opened this past weekend and those reed beds are popular to places to hunt so as long as you plan to hunt the middle of the day you might come across hunters early and late. Just an FYI. Also the carp seiners started today so watch out for nets in the lake. They were out in front of the South Shore Landing today and had a hoop net that stretched way out to almost the middle of the lake. But they are very efficient in setting and then pulling.

FinFisher
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10/6/14 3:32 PM CST
Does anyone ever fish the reeds by Marquette in the fall? If so, how do you do on eyes and/or pike? I'm thinking of trying the reeds this weekend, haven't fished them since June. Fin

Prohunter
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10/6/14 1:57 PM CST
Are the commercial carp fishermen coming out this fall?

Apuckawa Alex
Apuckawa Alex
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10/1/14 7:56 AM CST
Drago input made me look at Gauge Readings on www.lakepuckaway.com site. The boards at the Princeton Dam were removed: Year 2011-October 21st; 2012-October 22; 2013-October 26. Memorandum of Understanding with Wisconsin DNR states boards will be off by October 31 of each year. I would think about 3 weeks yet, depending on the coming fall weather. Think WALLEYES CURT-T-OH-"HAPPY BIRTHDAY"-ALEX

drago10
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FISHING REPORT
9/29/14 2:16 PM CST
Water levels are slightly higher than normal summer pool. The water quality is excellent with good visibility. Just remember to enjoy the height as they will be pulling the boards soon for our seasonal winter draw down.

Stoch
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9/27/14 1:41 PM CST
Was wondering what the water level is looking like?

NRAguy
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9/24/14 11:38 AM CST
Tried Puckaway yesterday. Man, lot's of bird life on the lake and upriver. Pelicans, comorants, gulls, egrets, herons, kingfishers, ducks...nice to see. Anyhow, not much doing in the lake for us. Sheep and whitebass. We ventured upriver. Smaller northern, crappies, whitebass, perch, and a 24" channel cat that hammered my Flicker Shad!! Skeeters (not the boats) were horrendous at dusk!! Others seemed to be doing pretty well with the crappies in the wood on the river.

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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FISHING REPORT
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.

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