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JESSE QUALE
JESSE QUALE
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FISHING REPORT
7/11/14 9:30 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 71° - 75° F Water Temp: 71° - 75° F
Was out today on a full day guide trip with a very nice couple from oshkosh wisconsin. Water temp at 7am was 73.3 and at 3pm when we left it was 75.5 Wind was out of the east south east all day. Few rain shower passed threw. For the first 5 hours we fished muskies. For the last 3 we trolled cranks and boards for walleyes,panfish. Today we never even raised a muskie. Water was very dirty and Visability is less than a foot. Around 11 am we pulled out the trolling rods and boards. We trolled #4 hornets for the last 3 ours of the trip.We ended the day with a mixed bag of fish Gills,walleyes,perch, and crappies.all caught trolling. We did manage to donate a couple cranks to muskies. All our fish today went back to fight another day. Big Smile Big Smile


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MARK SAEMISCH
MARK SAEMISCH
Joined: 4/16/2010
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7/11/14 9:29 PM CST
Conditions: Cloudy Water Temp: 71° - 75° F
Here is one caught by Jeff on a cranky nitro.

Billy
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7/10/14 8:20 AM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 71° - 75° F Water Temp: 71° - 75° F
Why yes there is still a huge amount of shad still present in the lake. Saw a large number of them when I was out on the lake Sunday morning in some of the bays. In my opinion while the fishing has been tougher on the lake over the last few years the quality of the fish as far as health has been quite a bit better from what I have seen.

Bill L
Bill L
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7/10/14 7:04 AM CST
We had large numbers of shad spawning on our shoreline for a month, about a month ago. The lake is still full of shad as far as I know.

One interesting note is after showing my neighbor a few things about fishing, he has caught 3 large (15-20 lb) catfish the last 3 weeks while fishing off his dock. All released after pictures. Nice to see another species showing up lately, to go along with the usual bass, walleye and muskies.

[This post was last edited on 7/10/14 at 7:06 AM]
MuskyBP
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7/9/14 8:38 PM CST
Been fishing redstone all this week and have noticed that there are no shad towards the surface.

Usually they are all over the place.

Does any one know was there a large kill off this winter?

Hoping they are mostly gone fishing will get much better.

Thanks

BrewCrewFan
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7/2/14 8:03 PM CST
Any musky action lately??

roadking123
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6/30/14 4:51 PM CST
Any fireworks on lake Friday night?

Billy
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6/27/14 2:40 PM CST
But loading and unloading the boat is easiest at section 11 but parking and moving around north end wouldn't waste my time with the south end its garbage.

prop-buster
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6/27/14 2:32 PM CST
czar1, I agree North End is probably best, there is one by the dam if you get there early, but limited parking, just make sure you have a Sauk County sticker or fill out the card and pay, they do check all three landings....

Chucko
Chucko
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6/27/14 11:16 AM CST
I'd go to the North End landing. It is nice and level, and there is great parking.

czar1
czar1
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6/27/14 9:37 AM CST
Where's the best place to launch 18 foot lund? Thanks

speed worm
speed worm
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6/26/14 8:21 PM CST
Ahhh yes....no wake lifted.

speed worm
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6/26/14 8:20 PM CST
Ahhh yes....no wake lifted.

speed worm
speed worm
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6/26/14 8:20 PM CST
Ahhh yes....no wake lifted.

attack_squirrel
attack_squirrel
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Joined: 6/27/2009
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6/26/14 6:45 PM CST
We hit the lake this afternoon with average success. Not sure if it was Speed Worm "getting his moneys worth" or who it was, but I would love to personally thank them for their amazing thoughtfulness. I realize the lake is there for all to use, but how about a using your head? On a Thursday, when the lake is relatively empty and you see someone trying to fish,is it really necessary to pull your tubes 200 yards from people fishing the shoreline? Do you really think it's too much to ask to head to the opposite side of the empty lake to ski?

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