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rode23
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10/29/14 6:06 PM CST
There are fish in the lake, just gotta find them. I don't target skis' much any longer, but there are plenty of other species to target! Good luck! Big Smile

EsoxLucius9596
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10/29/14 3:06 PM CST
Now I see why nobody post comments about this lake. It has no fish in it!

The Ripper
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10/24/14 8:42 AM CST
Can anybody tell me what they are doing at the dam next to Lakeview Tavern?

EsoxLucius9596
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7/28/14 1:31 PM CST
Can anyone tell when and we're is a good spot to go fishing for Muskie in this lake. Also what should I use.

Moneytown101
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7/21/14 11:30 AM CST
How has the panfish and Bass bite been lately? Thinking about coming down this weekend

Nick Schumacher
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7/21/14 11:22 AM CST
EsoxLucius91296, sometimes they're in there, but I would recommend locating the deep weed edge and working that. Approach spots quietly and work them from a distance as you move in. Drift if you can. Don't be afraid to work deeper water off those edges, too, 1-3 cast lengths out. Try the basin as well.

Little Green gets a ton of fishing pressure, and most musky anglers work the perimeter shore, the weeds, and some of the rock. Experiment to find yourself an edge, especially during the day. I haven't been on Little Green in a month, and there was already an algae bloom happening full throttle back then and surface water temps were 78 degrees I think. I would assume it's pea soup right now. I was working weeds out to 12 feet deep and raised some fish. Only lookers, though. Had to get off the lake early that day since the blistering heat was getting to dad.

EsoxLucius91296
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7/21/14 10:20 AM CST
I have never fished this lake before but am planning to try and get a musky or two. Im assuming they hang around the weedy bays? Correct me if im wrong. Thanks y'all

Medicfishersp
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7/19/14 11:00 AM CST
Musky molnes, usually natural colors work well. I'd stick to deep weeds throwing bulldogs in natural colors.

Muskymolnes
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7/17/14 11:22 PM CST
Heading to little green on Monday for the first time, fishing for Muskies and was wondering what colors work the best?

Spotmonkey
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7/14/14 10:16 AM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 81° - 88° F Water Temp: 76° - 80º F
Thank you Little Green for my Personal Best so far!!

5lb 8oz!!

Tukta
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7/13/14 9:03 AM CST
A week ago we had 6 eyes I don't keep any on this body of water so they are released I fish bago and that's where I keep eyes. There is agood population her tough to get but can be done if you figure the pattern out. Right now drifting with bottom bouncers and a single hook spinner with a big leach is working

big walleye master
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7/12/14 6:59 PM CST
Do they still get eyes out of the lake

Tukta
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7/12/14 4:31 PM CST
The bite is really on fire right now but you have to be out in deeper water to take advantage of bigger gills and perch. I'm using a gold hook and a sinker up about 12" with a piece of crawler.Just cast out and jig back slowly and the fish hit. The perch are hitting right below the boat dead sticking ,we had 22 gills and 11 perch.

TheBigMarmooska
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7/6/14 5:34 PM CST
HIt LG the last two days. Super windy on Saturday evening. Ended up with 9 perch and 2 keeper gills in the cooler. Two small walleye and a few rock bass mixed in. All fish caught on chucks of crawler. Chartruse jig head, gold hook and red hook all worked. Red worms caught one fish. Some of the perch had been feeding on crayfish.

Today crawlers worked best again. 8 perch came home. Two or 3 neark 9 inches which isn't too bad for LG these days. Lost two or three nice ones at the boat. Free for another day. Not as windy, but more than I care for again.

Idiot pleasure boaters and the dandy that lives on the east side who flew by me made some of the day more adventurous than I wanted it to be. NO brains on some of these people.

Good luck to all.

Tukta
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7/4/14 7:35 PM CST
was out today with wife and friends we started out in 10ft used my locator to find the fish and right away got into some gills not big ones but steady action.I then moved out until I marked some decent marks tight to the bottom so started fishing them in 12 to 14ft using just a gold hook and sinker with a piece of crawler.We got into some nice perch and gills we had 24 over 8" for the gills and 13 perch that were 8". Trust your locator when we got in a guy at the landing said I only use it find depth,it will show you more if you trust it

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