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RayRaytonto
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6/9/15 3:03 PM CST
I caught many keeper sized bass out there last year, havent been out yet this year but Im sure I will see the same thing I never target them maybe that's why I always get them trolling for Pike or gill fishing I think bass fishing is over rated in my opinion Id rather fish panfish, pike and walleye

goliath gills
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6/9/15 3:16 AM CST
Nice bass. I was out for 3 hours and caught some small gills and small bass. I fished weeds in 6ft. It is an absolute shame what has happened to the bass population, way too many guys keeping fish during winter and also open water. I see no problem with keeping a wall hanger, but Rock has turned into a very poor lake for catching keeper size bass.

Fishmeister JR
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6/3/15 12:39 PM CST
I agree. This is the first bass I've kept. I personally just fish them for fun. Going to put him on the wall. But has anyone ever had any luck on walleye out here? I've read the stocking reports and they stock a good amount on this lake. Just can't seem to find them?

SLIPKNOT
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6/3/15 10:02 AM CST
Water Temp: 66° - 70° F
luvmynitro, you'll be able to find plenty of northerns in the weedbeds, especially the weed flats opposed to steep breaks. As far as bass, every year gets worse and worse, as most people keep every legal they catch and over the years it has REALLY taken a toll on this lake. The northern and panfish are most of what's left. Good luck.

Fishmeister JR
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6/3/15 9:01 AM CST
I've been out the last few nights after work. Fishing the shallow weed lines with plastic worms. Been getting some smaller large mouth. Then setting up for trolling after six looking for walleye. Haven't found any yet. But got some nice crappie on large stick baits!?! And a couple nice bass down deeper. Picked an almost 6lb large mouth out last night down 18 on a perch colored rip stick. Still looking for walleye but no luck. Any one got any ideas? Thanks and good fishing to all!!

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6/2/15 9:22 PM CST
Any tips on LM or SM bass, or northerns. Was coming up Saturday morning and hit the reed bed and the marsh. Maybe up for some casting after dark....any walleye's left in Rock ?? Haven't been up there in a few years. PM me if ya want. Thanks.

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Foundry Rat
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5/17/15 9:45 PM CST
Conditions: Cloudy
Hit the lake at daybreak and fished till about 1 or 2 when the wind chased me off. Crappies were biting well but I couldn't hold anchor to fish the waves were so bad. I kept about 16 crappies and 2 big gills, everything else went back. The crappies are not like the big ones we used to get. Bass Abductor will say it's because too many bass are kept but I think it's because 2 things happened, at about the same time. Zebra mussels flourished, disrupting the food chain and white bass showed up competing for food. Oh well. Best colors were Rainbow Trout and Green Crawdad. The crappies are nearing spawn on the main lake. Females were fat and sassy and the males sporting their battle colors.

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5/15/15 4:47 PM CST
Conditions: Cloudy Air Temp: 61° - 65° F Water Temp: 56° - 60° F
Fished rock this morning and did well got a nice limit of gills in about 3 hours on jig and wax worm fish were in 10 to 12 fow. about 5-6 foot down did not want the bait moving had to fish bobbers.

kwikstrike
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5/5/15 12:04 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 61° - 65° F Water Temp: 51° - 55° F
Caught some nice Bluegill & Pumpkinseed in the Marsh. Also one crappie on a wax worm. No crappie bites on minnows.

kwikstrike
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5/5/15 12:02 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 61° - 65° F Water Temp: 51° - 55° F
Caught some nice Bluegill and Pumpkinseed in the March. Also one crappie on a wax worm. No crappie bites on minnows.

bigbassmaster
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4/28/15 8:51 PM CST
Can someone tell me how deep the panfish are biting and what r u catching them on

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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