Turtle Flambeau Flowage, Iron County

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9/30/17 @ 7:24 AM
Fishn Jimmy
Fishn Jimmy
USER since 7/21/01

I was up on Trude this past weekend the water level there  was almost 3' down... the water temp was 71*s

Tough fishing for muskies... the panfish bite was strong on plastics... drifting... casting.

GOOD  LUCK !

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9/30/17 @ 7:01 AM
Uluaukea
Uluaukea
USER since 4/19/16

Usually when I am planning a trip up there I look on the website every day and it seems like they update it daily.

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9/29/17 @ 9:59 PM
reel_tor
reel_tor
MEMBER since 10/14/16

How often does Xcel update their pool level reports?

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9/28/17 @ 4:33 PM
bretrobert1
bretrobert1
USER since 11/11/15

Yes, if you bleed them out in the livewell before filleting them; you'll get a much whiter, clean fillet.

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9/28/17 @ 11:49 AM
LundAngler*
LundAngler*
USER since 7/15/16

We bled the fish we kept in Canada (you are required kill the fish you keep in Canada) and it made a world of difference!  The fillets were white as snow.

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9/28/17 @ 8:07 AM
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FireStarter
FireStarter
USER since 9/28/17

MOON PHASE (56%)
Waxing Gibbous

Does anyone here "bleed" the Walleye they keep to eat?  I have never tried it, and just head of it yesterday.  I plan to try it for the next Walleye fry.  Anyone have experience to tell us about?

http://anglingbuzz.com/bleeding-walleyes/

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9/22/17 @ 3:21 PM
JimboFish
JimboFish
USER since 2/16/17

Thanks newwood! Will give him a call.

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9/22/17 @ 8:31 AM
WalleyeGuy25
WalleyeGuy25
USER since 3/12/12
Stump collisions are definitely more common this time of year, along with numerous rock piles that instead of being 3 feet under the transducer are now 6 inches so travel with caution (often times go unmarked on mapping chips)!  Lost many a props to the Turtle in fall months; maybe its a sign I should probably just end my season a month or so earlier and save my checkbook!

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9/22/17 @ 7:39 AM
mooselegs
mooselegs
USER since 5/27/03

Reb1........just a quick note to remind you of the navigation hazards on the TFF this time of year. The water level has dropped considerably since spring/early summer. Stumps that didn't show up in May, are there now.....travel with caution. I was up there last week and did hit a few....was going slow so no damage.

Good luck to you and your crew..........fall fishing on the TFF can be absolutely fabulous!

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9/21/17 @ 8:48 PM
nihsif
nihsif
MEMBER since 6/15/01

Reb1, I don't have a report, but if you go back a page to Jeff Robl's report ( 9/14, 11pm ), he laid out what he thiught the bite for the next few weeks would be... so there's a starting point 

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