Big Green Lake, Green Lake County

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3/15/17 @ 8:57 PM
gill_pill24
gill_pill24
USER since 11/19/10

sorry have river fishing on my mind wasnt  thinking that it was closed.  thanks is walleye fishing usually good once it opens? never really hear of guys catching mainly smallies and lakers.

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3/15/17 @ 7:29 PM
Edge
Edge
MEMBER since 2/28/07

Probably off of horners. No pier though

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3/15/17 @ 7:24 PM
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Teemslayer
Teemslayer
USER since 2/23/08

MOON PHASE (91%)
Waning Gibbous

Can a guy get a boat on green now?

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3/15/17 @ 12:08 PM
scottmski
scottmski
USER since 8/16/08

Probably but season is closed

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3/15/17 @ 11:03 AM
gill_pill24
gill_pill24
USER since 11/19/10

Hey coming up in a few weeks  fishing in the boat. Was wondering if there is good action on walleyes?  Never fished here any info on decent rock jumps would be awesome. Pm plz.

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3/9/17 @ 4:06 PM
GLCaptain
GLCaptain
USER since 1/29/16

BucketMouth123: Lake trout are absolutely OK to catch and keep within the legal limits. Definitely not a no-no. There are charters that specialize in it during ice fishing and open water seasons. Good luck.


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3/8/17 @ 3:53 PM
scmuskies
scmuskies
USER since 10/14/03

The actual regulations for Big Green are on pg 7.  Lake trout season is open from Jan. 2- Sept. 30 and you are able to keep legal fish if you get them.  It's a popular fishery that is usually done through the ice out here.



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Edited on 3/8/17 3:54 PM
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3/8/17 @ 2:00 PM
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Capt. Justin Kohn
Puckaway Kid
MEMBER since 4/1/16

MOON PHASE (84%)
Waxing Gibbous

Nearly ice free,  I only saw a quarter mile worth of ice blowing into the east end which will break up quickly with these waves 

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3/8/17 @ 1:33 PM
Deertroller
Deertroller
USER since 4/30/15

found on Page 2 of 2016-17 Wisconsin Trout Fishing Regulations:

http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/fishing/documents/regulations/TroutRegsFull1617Web.pdf




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3/8/17 @ 9:44 AM
BucketMouth123
BucketMouth123
USER since 5/6/16

Sorry for no report.

I just want to make sure I am understanding the dnr website correctly. Inland trout says catch and release. I assume that means that lakers can be targeted and if caught just put back. Also I don't want to upset anyone if I do target them. Is this a no-no to people out on the lake or is this something that people do regularly to fill the gap between now and gamefish reopening in May?

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