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srs3600
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6/27/15 6:40 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 71° - 75° F Water Temp: 66° - 70° F
any info on cat or bullhead ...wanting to bring a few kids up fishing and not have them bored to death ....anything hitting ?

BJE80
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6/22/15 2:40 PM CST
If you want Bullheads, head to Sinissippi. Plenty of them there.

Fishinwithmuscles
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6/22/15 2:12 PM CST
Just a question. I've never fished here before and I'm looking to catch some bullheads. I've read they are plentiful in the lake. Just wondering if there's a good place from shore to catch some. Are they still biting as was stated in a previous post as I'd prefer to not drive 40 minutes to get there and put up a goose egg. Thanks

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D-swag
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6/20/15 8:30 PM CST
Is there any good spots to Bowfish from shore here. Pm me if you know of any spots. Thanks

catnround
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6/17/15 9:56 AM CST
The zebra mussels are thirsty. Big Smile

gsman36
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6/17/15 9:41 AM CST
Is it just me or does the water level in the lake seem low. Looking around the shoreline it seems like water levels are low and then the next question would be why is there water being poured out down river like it was too high? Thought that the dam was to be somewhat closed when spring runoff was done.

catnround
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6/16/15 11:12 AM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 66° - 70° F Water Temp: 71° - 75° F
Went early this morning. Caught about a dozen cats - all released. The later it got in the morning - fewer the bites - until it dried up completely. Minnows worked best. For those interested in bullheads - caught about a half dozen big ones on crayfish tails. Water very clear . . . part of the problem - especially on a sunny day like today.

catnround
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6/15/15 5:08 PM CST
Ten

raven3of7
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6/15/15 4:52 PM CST
Whats the limit on cats?

catnround
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6/14/15 7:21 PM CST
Conditions: Cloudy
Tried it for a couple of hours this afternoon. Caught a limit of cats - and missed again as many. Minnows & night crawlers under bobbers in about 4.5 FOW. Stayed on the east side of the lake - fewer weeds I think compared to the west; though that's where they were - near weed patches it seemed. Nothing to brag about size - all between 15-20" Spawned out too.

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6/13/15 10:35 PM CST
Thanx doughnut I cant remember the spot from last year I caught about 30 at 13-15 in....ms jeeprider

donut314
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6/12/15 2:51 PM CST
If you are looking for bullheads, go now. Was below the dam last weekend and can't keep them off.

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6/11/15 7:07 PM CST
What is the best time of year to catch bullheads there.thanx in advance.

catnround
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6/11/15 3:34 PM CST
Tried it last night. Weeds are worse than a week ago. Hate to see what it's going to be like come August. Terrible fishing last night. A few hits but no fish to show for my efforts. Spent more time clearing the motor of weeds and retying cut lines caused by the zebras than I did fishing. Between the zebras and the commercial fishermen removing tons of rough fish that tear up the bottom (keeping weeds down) - it's going to be tough going.

[This post was last edited on 6/12/15 at 11:27 AM]
SnowSlayer
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6/7/15 12:56 PM CST
I hear you about government. Wish they would do jobs they r supposed to do and stay out of everything else. Most of the invasive species come in from other countries. In the ballast water in ships, etc. and others are brought here to control a certain problem without thinking of the new problems they are going to cause. Typical for a bloated bureaucracy!!

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