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Mad Trapper
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10/4/13 5:36 PM CST
I was out Wed.evening caught a few gills and 3 big bull heads. The Stoughton Conservation Club and The Lake FOLKS released 6500 walleye fingerlings last Tues. (I believe the Madison fishing club was also involved) There is going to be a study, cause we clipped fins on them. I believe they want to see if they migrate up stream to the other lakes. The cost of these fish were over $9,000. The money was raised through the fisheree. So try and come out; it is usually the Sat. before SuperBowl.

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10/4/13 7:41 AM CST
So it's looking more like Waubesa

rk_diver
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10/3/13 9:42 PM CST
Clarity is terrible throughout the entire water column. Surface temp is around 63°F, little warmer deeper.

Billy
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10/3/13 8:37 PM CST
Might be spending the day on Kegonsa next Wednesday. Never been on thelake before. Just wondering what the water clarity is and the temps this time of year.

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9/30/13 1:44 PM CST
Baywatcher, I just sent you a message. If you're having trouble getting it you can always shoot me an email at: rk_diver@hotmail.com

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9/30/13 12:09 PM CST
R k diver. Don't know how to message you. Find anything unusual at bottom of barber bay? Friend lost important boat part there baywatcher

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9/30/13 11:58 AM CST
Searching on Kegonsa this am. Water temp on surface was around 63°F, in 30 FOW it was 65°F. Water clarity terrible, and that's being generous. Found something, only time I could see anything was right before the camera bumped into it. No idea what it is at this point. Marked lots of fish in Colladay and Barbers Bays holding close to the bottom, probably carp. Some schools of panfish were suspended and some larger fish were also. Didn't even try to see what any of them were. Good timing, left just as wind was picking up good. Rick

haf2fsh
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9/17/13 4:10 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 46° - 50° F Water Temp: 66° - 70° F
Some what of a fishing report, but mainly a story about goofey things that can happen to guys who fish a lot. Today just wasn't are day, light wind turned strong on west end couldn't hold boat with two anchors. Back anchor came unhooked and for some reason wasn't tied to boat thought we lost it, but rope got tangled in partners fishing line so luckily we saved it. Had a young seagulls watching us, was real brave coming within 5 foot of boat. As I was landing a nice perch, just as I brought it out of the water this little critter flew right at me and grabbed the fish I swung the pole at him and missed. I've never seen one that aggressive before. Partner & I have never had that happen before in over 40 years of fishing. Then the dam thing came back hoping for another, I'll be ready for that trick next time. Fishing was fair got a meal of pannies. Water still a bit cloudy with temp of about 68, next week should be good.

pladz
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9/13/13 7:33 PM CST
I fished from 9 AM to 1 PM on Wednesday. It was really pretty slow. I caught 6 nice gills, a crappie, a 11 inch perch, and two 11 inch yellow bass. I tried several spots both in and on the edge of the weeds in 5 to 7 fow. I used a 1/80 oz jig, tipped with 1/4 crawler under a rocket bobber on one pole and a slip bobber on the other. The boat launch at Fish Camp was full of weeds, so I launched at the State Park.

HERO547
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9/13/13 9:53 AM CST
On at 7, off at 2. Water temperature 74 early, 76 late. If I knew the lake was still PEA SOUP. I would have not gone there. You could only see 6 to 10 inches down. We got spanked. One fish every hour, just to tell time. We had walleye, white bass, smallmouth and bluegill. Started off OK. Then the wind picked up. Started to shift from the west to north west. Fish were biting real light and anchor would not hold. Lake went to white caps with 3 foot rollers. Boat was bobbing up and down so hard you could not tell if you had a bite. We gave up our hot spot and headed across the lake to quite waters. Every one else was also there. Lot of fish just west of the river. But they were not giving it up today. I really did not want to come here today. But I had given my pard his choice of three places to go. He picked this dog out. The only fish worth writing home about. He had a perch on that was at least 13 inches or more. But instead of netting it, he tried to lift it into to the boat and it fell off. That's what happens when you fish with a TEN YEAR OLD. Best of luck to all.

pladz
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9/9/13 6:17 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 76° - 80º F
I fished from nine to noon today. Caught 10 gills from 8-9 inches long and one just over 10", which I released. Also caught a large yellow bass and a goat. I fished on the weed edge in 6 fow using a 1/80 oz jig with a quarter of a crawler under a rocket bobber. Quit when it got hot.

Fishlovme
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8/26/13 7:49 AM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 81° - 88° F Water Temp: 76° - 80º F
Sorry for the late report. Fished out here Saturday morning. Fished near colladay point and in Williams bay. My dad and I caught 10 bluegills, 2 whitebass, a crappie, and a sheephead. One of the bluegills was 10 3/8" long when I measured it at home. We also took my son out (almost 3 years old) for about a half an hour inside Williams Bay. It was fun to watch him reel in a couple of bluegills. Hopefully I got him hooked! We took home 6 bluegills and 2 whitebass for a fish fry for me, the wife, and son.

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8/22/13 8:37 AM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 71° - 75° F Water Temp: 71° - 75° F
Regular partner had to be on dry dock Wed.so I jumped in with haf2fish & went to one of his hot spots.we managed to catch 4 perch & 19 gills,we were in 9fow & used waxes & big reds,Helgermites did not seem to interest fish.When we did get a bits it was very light

Mad Trapper
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8/14/13 9:52 AM CST
How is the bite this week; weather has been good? Too busy to fish the last few days. Was out Sat. evening a couple hours 8 huge gills. I notice some areas the gills are much smaller and need some sorting. ok with that as we need all year classes.

Mad Trapper
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8/6/13 9:31 PM CST
The State pare launch looked like a GM convention this AM; all GM's parked there. I thought the bite was somewhat slow this am. A few gills for me. I did better Sunday evening in a shorter amount of time; with eyes and perch mixed in. Fish were hungry Sunday; today seemed more like a nibbler bite. But I do agree with hav2; mid to late summer bite is better than the last 2 years.

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