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wolff-pack
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4/21/15 12:42 PM CST
Hey wacky u got a big beer guzzling mouth

LJ0310
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4/20/15 5:26 PM CST
Hey Wackem did you get them from shore or in a boat, and also where do I launch on this lake?

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4/19/15 6:59 PM CST
Wackem I was out there as well. Only caught 1 nice gill and was bit off twice. It was more of a shake down on the boat since I had to replace a coil in the morning. I was in the princecraft with the black lab. Nice catch by the way.

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4/19/15 6:52 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Water Temp: 61° - 65° F
Was out Saturday and manage 1 man limit of gills.! Probably caught over 100 gills.

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4/19/15 6:00 PM CST
Sorry, error with original link to youtube, the one below should work...

And here's the video from 04/14/15's scans. This one shows some of the many small rock areas around the lake as well as some other bottom features. As it states in the youtube description it's more educational then entertaining, just meant to show some of what's out there. Rick

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RDwdoIkboC8

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4/19/15 5:44 PM CST
Here's a short video from running side scan on 04/16/15. It shows the old rowboat and whatever those things sticking up off the bottom are. Also what looks to be a couple of planks with a barrel between them on one end.

http://youtu.be/3tEa0KG4jT8

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4/18/15 9:37 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 61° - 65° F Water Temp: 61° - 65° F
Fished Rock Lake this afternoon, caught 11 good sized bluegills and several small ones. Used gulp crickets and #1 size ultralight rapala crankbaits, both produced. We were fishing in the marsh pretty near the shorelines. The water seemed warm for this time of year, but there wasn't much weed growth yet. Good luck everyone!

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4/18/15 8:28 AM CST
post a report "keith" instead of whinning Crying

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4/17/15 10:56 PM CST
Is this a fishing forum or a history of the pyramids forum? Dear lord

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4/17/15 10:46 PM CST
It was not the Aztecs.... It was a a white hair people with blue eyes an ancient Mississippian people know as the middle Mississippian tradition it a native American culture. there no Aztec type artifacts found anywhere. Go to Aztalan park and read about it. the guy on the history channel was full of crap he didnt even believe the pyramids are even there.

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4/17/15 6:38 PM CST
Some of you may already be aware of the pyramids some may not. "Supposedly" those pyramids were created by the Aztecs. There was a documentary on the History Channel and Rock Lake was featured in the story. The Aztecs made Lake Mills home for many years. How the pyramids got made and the overall reason for them is still unknown. They used one-man submiserable subs but even they didn't find them. They also introduced corn to our state.

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4/17/15 5:27 PM CST
I've seen some of the drawings divers have made and it isn't so much shaped like a normal pyramid, but more elongonated. I haven't looked at the drawings for quite a while though. Rick

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4/17/15 1:34 AM CST
I have coordinates to a pyramid like structure on Rock lake it is on South west end. I have never caught too many fish from it, but I do see fish relating to it on side scan. When I think of a pyramid I think of a triangle, what I have on gps is not very high but definitely appears to be man made.

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4/16/15 11:28 PM CST
Badwolf, I've been hired a couple of times to search areas where people had supposedly seen pyramids or other mysterious objects. Nothing came of it but I check everything out, there's a lot of cool things out there that haven't been seen for many years and it's fun to find it. I will say Rock Lake is a very clean lake with respect to what's laying around out there. On the Madison chain there's tons of old stuff all over the place and I spend hundreds of hours a year out there searching and finding things. Rock Lake is easier to search because there isn't as much to get side tracked on. Still a lot of area to cover though, nice break from my normal trips once in a while. Rick

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4/16/15 8:49 PM CST
RK_Diver,

There is supposed to be a pyramid in this lake, if you find it please post a photo. Diving is something I always wanted to do but never made the time. Best wishes.

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