Big Green Lake, Green Lake County

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12/9/17 @ 7:10 PM
HappyCamper728
HappyCamper728
USER since 8/8/16
Wondering if the lake is still open to get a boat in. Thinking about going Wednesday.

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12/4/17 @ 12:59 PM
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Teemslayer
Teemslayer
USER since 2/23/08

MOON PHASE (98%)
Waning Gibbous

Fireline, he just lifted to jig and the fish was there

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12/4/17 @ 10:44 AM
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William Heim
nightprowler
USER since 7/8/14

MOON PHASE (98%)
Waning Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny

AIR TEMP
36° - 40° F

WATER TEMP
46° - 50° F

Fished last Tuesday it was a one man guide we fished from 7am till 5pm only boat on water we started in 40ft casting into 20ft with swimbait and a tube the swimbait caught the first smallmouth the a walleye we made a move and found fish in 45ft to 29ft non stop on depthfinder but the did not hit we make a move set up in 12ft casting in. Nothing there quick check move back to 24ft casting into 15ft nothing going there made the switch to the c-rig for me. We make a move back to the fish and they had slid up into 20ft and were hitting the swimbait  but no hookups so I go with a swimbait on c-rig and land two then go to a jig and plastic and get four we work the area over and make a last move with a great drift we get 5 hookups but they get off so I switch to the jig and boat one more.

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12/4/17 @ 10:37 AM
CLINCHKNOT
CLINCHKNOT
USER since 10/9/03

Teamslayer:

About 6 winters ago my brother and I ice fished for lakers.  120' of water.  My brother got a laker on a minnow/slip bobber rig.  1/2 hour later he popped a legal walleye from the same hole.  We also were amazed to catch a walleye that deep.


A few summers ago we were trolling spoons for lakers with 6oz of lead weight and I had a great strike over very deep water.  I was just blown away when I caught a nice northern pike!  I did not expect that out of such deep water.

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12/4/17 @ 9:25 AM
Carpio
Carpio
USER since 11/5/17

How do you get your jig and minnow down 145’ and still feel  bite from a 12” Fish?  I’m not doubting you but just curious.

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12/4/17 @ 9:06 AM
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Teemslayer
Teemslayer
USER since 2/23/08

MOON PHASE (98%)
Waning Gibbous

No it was 145 feet.  We were quite surprised.   It was a 12 inch walleye

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12/4/17 @ 8:04 AM
fishaday
fishaday
USER since 12/21/14

That's deep...maybe14.5'? 

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12/4/17 @ 6:56 AM
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Teemslayer
Teemslayer
USER since 2/23/08

MOON PHASE (98%)
Waning Gibbous

Tried fishing for Cisco's yesterday for a few hours, had a couple bites but couldn't figure out a pattern on them.  Any advice for them this time of year? IInterestingly my friend caught a small walleye on a jig and minnow in 145 fow right on the bottom.   Deepest walleye I've ever seen.  

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12/1/17 @ 6:48 PM
fishaday
fishaday
USER since 12/21/14

I feel that I might excel at electrofishing....zeroed mark some fish that wouldn't respond to fatheads or rivershiners.

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12/1/17 @ 11:24 AM
fishaday
fishaday
USER since 12/21/14

Anyone been out...?Cisco spawn under this moon?

Edited on 12/1/17 12:03 PM
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