Little Green Lake, Green Lake County

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10/20/16 @ 10:46 AM
matt&matt
matt&matt
USER since 9/1/06

haven't fished the lake in a couple years, how's the crappie fishing? had   some great days up there when Radtke had his bait shop.

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10/17/16 @ 12:42 PM
noob75
noob75
USER since 1/25/14
Awesome fish! Well done sir and good luck with the lures.

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10/17/16 @ 10:33 AM
byrdsnest
byrdsnest
USER since 5/24/08
Thanks for the tip on the Bagley B13 lures. Just ordered two to try out next weekend. Great catches!

Edited on 10/17/16 10:34 AM
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10/17/16 @ 8:47 AM
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byrdsnest
byrdsnest
USER since 5/24/08

MOON PHASE (96%)
Waning Gibbous

Musky fishing on Sunday. Got a blow up on the east shore line in 5' on a black bucktail. My buddy landed this 48.5" on the west shoreline in 21 FOW on a Creek Chub.

Edited on 10/25/16 8:25 AM
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10/16/16 @ 3:14 PM
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noob75
noob75
USER since 1/25/14

MOON PHASE (99%)
Waning Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny

AIR TEMP
66° - 70° F
Two Muskies today. 37" and 31" 12 feet of water. Bagley  Rumble B 13 Yellow Perch. 3 Muskies and a huge northern on the same bait in the last 3 weeks. Slow retrieve with a fast rip got them.

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10/3/16 @ 6:13 AM
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noob75
noob75
USER since 1/25/14

MOON PHASE (7%)
Waxing Crescent

CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny

AIR TEMP
66° - 70° F

WATER TEMP
61° - 65° F

Fished the rock pile with no luck and then went up the west side of the lake casing to shore with nothing to show for it. Went out to 16 FOW and got this guy. Only 32" but I'll take it none the less. 1 quick photo and she was on her way. 

I need a bigger net...

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9/1/16 @ 6:44 AM
bassboy312
bassboy312
USER since 7/4/16

Also should mention, we ALWAYS put them on ice right away when we get off the lake, or fry them up immediately; the longer they sit in that warm lake water, the less appealing they are!

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9/1/16 @ 6:36 AM
bassboy312
bassboy312
USER since 7/4/16

jeff.georgalas, I do enjoy eating them.  We've found that the earlier in the season you catch them, the better they are.  Once they've been sitting in the warm August water for a while, they can get kinda mushy and muddy tasting.  We took a trip up to Hayward to Lost Land Lake a couple years ago in June and had a LMB feast that was amazing!  It's no fresh walleye, but still delicious when done right.  I never thought of pickling either, may have to try that.

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8/16/16 @ 5:06 PM
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jeff.georgalas
jeff.georgalas
USER since 5/5/11

MOON PHASE (96%)
Waxing Gibbous
Thanks for the explanation.  I've never thought of pickling them.  Most of the Bass that I've eaten were fried just like my pan fish, and I just don't like the taste as good as I do pan fish.

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8/16/16 @ 4:54 PM
BG25
BG25
USER since 9/5/09

Sorry, I should have said clear/clean water, not cold water.  They can taste a bit muddy when caught in small, muddy ponds.

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