Beaver Dam Lake, Dodge County

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8/31/15 @ 6:11 PM
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beaver_dam_argo_atv
beaver_dam_argo_atv
USER since 4/12/06

MOON PHASE (94%)
Waning Gibbous
BAITS MOTEL Yes everyone the Hellgrammites came in. We have loads of them now, and it looks like we will need them Smile

Due to popular request, we also brought in a supply of Rock Flies/Thunder Bugs.

That's all we're saying... Enjoy

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8/31/15 @ 5:17 PM
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catnround
catnround
USER since 9/21/11

MOON PHASE (94%)
Waning Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny
Took the wife out on BDL, today late morning, basically for a boat ride. However, we did stop off for awhile up on the north end to fish an ol' cat'n spot from years back. In about 2 hours we caught 12 nice cats. All 17-23 inches; most on the higher end of that. However, once the sun really came up overhead - the action was over and we went back to riding around. Footnote: Perch city off the end of Hickory Point. A lot of boats up there for a Monday. Wink

Edited on 8/31/15 7:41 PM
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8/30/15 @ 6:06 PM
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Timmothy A
Timmothy A
USER since 5/17/09

MOON PHASE (99%)
Waning Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Cloudy
Hit BD looking for illusive large perch 3 times this weekend. Friday night in the rain, only boat out, caught 8 in the narrows in about 2 hours. Out Sat AM with 2 other boats out in the drizzle and mist caught none, but did catch a couple bullheads, when home @ 9:30. Fished this AM in the fog, caught 2 in an hour and 2 cats, then braved the fog back to the launch and headed north to perch on Fox. That GPS on the old Humminbird sure makes driving in the fog easy. The perch are big but finding them has always been the challenge on a flat mud bottom where there's really nothing for them to relate to.

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8/30/15 @ 3:19 PM
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catnround
catnround
USER since 9/21/11

MOON PHASE (99%)
Waning Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny

AIR TEMP
66° - 70° F

WATER TEMP
66° - 70° F
Yesterday caught 10 cats. Then today I fished a few hours and caught 8. The overcast and foggy conditions early this morning kept the cats in their feeding areas longer. The 8 I caught came pretty quick. However, once the fog lifted and the sun came out - they were gone and so was I. A small city of boats south of the narrows still perching.

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8/29/15 @ 10:35 AM
nubbz07
nubbz07
USER since 12/31/09
U guys still getting a few perch? I want to bring my grandpa out tomorrow and show him a good time. Thanks

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8/27/15 @ 2:53 PM
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catnround
catnround
USER since 9/21/11

MOON PHASE (94%)
Waxing Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Sunny

AIR TEMP
66° - 70° F

WATER TEMP
66° - 70° F
Me and a buddy went out on BDL this morning looking for cats. We only caught ten. Tried eight of my best spots . . . only one spot produced; and they were slow at that. Fish were 17-21 inches. Oh well - fewer to clean. Might try it again on Sunday.

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8/27/15 @ 1:25 PM
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Timmothy A
Timmothy A
USER since 5/17/09

MOON PHASE (94%)
Waxing Gibbous
Perch were still biting yesterday, though it was a little sporadic. Just about any type of worm worked. Similar location to what was previously posted.

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8/20/15 @ 12:54 PM
BrianWI_
BrianWI_
USER since 6/19/09
I'd stick with the worms/ crawlers, you can get your limit on these. Hellgramites seem to be in short supply and I got diddly on ice jigs w/ waxworms.

Edited on 8/24/15 7:24 AM
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8/19/15 @ 9:00 PM
reeldrag83
reeldrag83
USER since 12/20/12
It's day by day but the old stand bys helgermites, crawler chunks and waxies.

Edited on 8/19/15 9:02 PM
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8/19/15 @ 6:39 PM
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Fsh Fsh Fsh
Fsh Fsh Fsh
MEMBER since 6/29/01

MOON PHASE (22%)
Waxing Crescent

CONDITIONS
Sunny

AIR TEMP
76° - 80º F

WATER TEMP
76° - 80º F
How about lettin all of us know what their usin for Perch...??? I got a limit Saturday morning in 6ft of water off a point with Red Worms under a slip float See that want so hard. That's what this board is about, sharing info with the brother/sisterhood.

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8/18/15 @ 6:55 PM
Bird77
Bird77
USER since 4/2/08
Nubbz07. The narrows are northwest of Edgewater. Past the skunk islands and golf course. Where the two points are. Just look for the boats. I'll message you what they are using for the perch.

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8/16/15 @ 9:57 PM
reeldrag83
reeldrag83
USER since 12/20/12
Early and late in day throw top waters that make a ruckus, rattle traps, and big bass spinners that give off a lot of thump. It can be real tuff to fish bd late summer but you can get them just takes a different approach.

Edited on 8/16/15 10:00 PM
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8/16/15 @ 8:11 PM
honeyhplr
honeyhplr
USER since 3/14/08
how do anglers target bass this time of year on Beaver Dam? Since there are no weeds, water clarity is almost null, and the heavy algae, where are some starting points other than just drifting the 7 foot contours or pitching into 2 feet of water?

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8/15/15 @ 7:30 PM
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mohuba
mohuba
USER since 3/12/12

MOON PHASE (1%)
Waxing Crescent
Wife and I fished below the dam tonight for the first time, carp as suspected on flicker shad seemed that any color worked. What I hadn't envisioned was how people have no real clue as to what " leave no trace" means. Very sad.

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8/12/15 @ 7:41 PM
nubbz07
nubbz07
USER since 12/31/09
Sorry for the question but where are the "narrows"? Thanks

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