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crappiefest22
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5/30/14 8:33 AM CST
Hey, could some one tell me what the water clarity is like after the rains? Thanks much. Tate

Salmon SEAeo
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5/30/14 1:24 AM CST
Found a ton of White Bass out deep tonight trolling. Caught them from surface all the way down to 27'. Can't find any Walleye out deep. Weird year for us

WILLIAM KATSIGIANNIS
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5/28/14 4:11 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny
Check out this episode from last week on Lake Kegonsa,weeds are not up yet but the bass were biting. With the warm up fishing should pick up! Check out GVK11Outdoors.com!

[This post was last edited on 5/28/14 at 6:36 PM]

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rk_diver
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5/20/14 6:07 PM CST
On Kegonsa this am, water temp on surface and out deep was 58°F, a bit warmer in the shallows. Water clarity poor out deep, much better off Williams Point rock area. Had planned on checking out a bunch of unidentified "hits" from the side scan the last couple of years, but the camera died. Not happy with all the issues I've had with this Marcum/Vera camera. Bought their top of the line because I use a camera pretty much every time out, thought by paying $600 I'd get a decent unit. Not in this case, has been sent back to factory a few times, now it's bad again. Before it died I watched some Crappies in deep water hanging over an old pier section, then watched some gills just out from the firm rocky areas (in silt areas), had one Walleye swim by. Marked a lot of schooled up (assuming) panfish in deeper, silty bottom areas, as well as larger single (or loosely schooled) fish (sure a lot were carp). Rick

walleye1970
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5/6/14 1:26 AM CST
Conditions: Sunny Water Temp: 46° - 50° F
out on sunday and found all fish caought were in 17 to 22 fow...tight lines!!!!

Aim_Low
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5/5/14 1:11 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 61° - 65° F Water Temp: 51° - 55° F
Was looking for bass yesterday, struggled quite a bit. usual presentations and locations for this time of year did not produce, tossed everything but the tackle box at em and fished anywhere from 2' to 20'. only landed a few. Launches were packed.

Salmon SEAeo
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5/4/14 11:04 AM CST
Quick report. Trolled around entire Lake 15fow and deeper to discover fish have NOT moved out deep yet. If you want to catch fish, fish the shorelines.

jmann5881
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4/20/14 10:53 AM CST
Water Temp: 51° - 55° F
Got out for the first open water trip on Kegonsa for the year. Surprisingly ended up with ten nice gills and one crappie. Fishing shallow water with a slow poke jig and waxies.

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4/9/14 8:17 PM CST
Lake looked to be about 50% open when I drove by this afternoon.

tipupmike
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3/1/14 7:59 AM CST
I was on Waubesa yesterday on my quad,no problem in the morning real crispy,started to get a little softer later,I would say no problem with or without chains.

SLEEPER
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2/28/14 3:22 PM CST
I am going to be house sitting of the keg for a week and I want to know if I should bring my quad. It's on 2wd but it is studded. Any info on the ice/snow conditions out there would be greatly appreciated. I know the fishing has been real rough this winter but you definitely can't catchem if you don't try! Thanks

Buckslayeri
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2/19/14 8:39 PM CST
Ice Depth: 30"
Out on Williams point from 8-6. Marked 5 fish throughout the day but no flags for us. Got a little sunburn though, awesome weather today, that's the only plus.

nevereenough
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2/17/14 10:39 PM CST
esoxslime check your inbox Smile

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2/16/14 5:26 PM CST
If anyone happens to have "found" a Eagle 500C gps, aqua-vu 755c and or a black rod case with 10 jig rods in it please inbox me and I can identify everything. Ileft out of Amundsons landing this afternoon and got to my spot most of my stuff was gone. Only turned my back to park literally 2 minutes.

Buckslayeri
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2/15/14 5:36 PM CST
I know waubesa has been slow, spent most my time out there this year. I usually only catch one northern during an 8-12 hour trip out there.

The one time out on kegonsa, I got a rock bass jigging and only small mouth on the tip up. We did mark quite a bit from 12am to 10am but didn't connect. Also lost one fish at the hole.

Don't really want to drive up to Madison for some fishing for pan fish or all smaller northern. I guess we will give it a try and see what happens.

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