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TheGoodLife
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11/25/14 8:39 PM CST
How much ice is there now after the warm weekend we just had?

biffy
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11/22/14 3:01 PM CST
Ice Depth: 4" Conditions: Cloudy Air Temp: 31° - 35° F
Fished cranberry for a couple hours this morning. Caught one 9" crappie and a pile of blue gills 99% were to small to keep...

Eye'Sassin
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11/17/14 12:59 PM CST
Ice Depth: 3"
1 northern through the ice yesterday on Pine. Ice built from 1 inch on Friday night to 3-4 inches by Sunday late afternoon. I didn't venture far from the area I fished so don't take this like I checked the entire lake. Still need to be very cautious. I had float coat and hand pegs and had a buddy checking on me.

But it sure was nice to walk on water again!! Big Smile

tgruenke
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11/17/14 10:50 AM CST
Ice Depth: 1"
My parents who live on the lake told me that the bays are starting to freeze up. Main channel is wide open as of Saturday. A neighbor tested it and said a few feet off shore is only about an inch. A few more weeks of this cold to make ice and no snow would be great.

paneyefshr
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10/17/14 9:23 AM CST
Fished last weekend, got a few perch and walleye in 16-22 FOW along the jump channel west of 27. Others were getting some as well. Nothing too exciting. Jig and minnow worked for me. Saw guys using slip bobbers, they got a few crappie as well. Good luck this weekend

paneyefshr
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9/16/14 8:54 AM CST
Water Temp: 51° - 55° F
Fished yesterday afternoon and early evening. Got a few nice smallmouth and some crappie. Best bait was a jigging spoon with half a nightcrawler. Tried jigging, cranks and casting tubes, but the spoon was the best. Fish came from 8-12 fow off the jump channel. Got a few perch in the shallow weedline as well. Not too many but the sixe was just right for a fish fry. Will be out more this week and will post if anything is good

tgruenke
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9/2/14 9:17 AM CST
Conditions: Cloudy Air Temp: 66° - 70° F
Fished a few times this weekend. Managed a few fish. First day fished a deeper bend in the Jump River in 8 fow. First cast got a walleye on a artificial leach. We also managed a few bass and a redhorse sucker. Saturday found a few bass and lost a lure to a rally large northern on the rip rap just west of highway 27 across from big swedes.

Cronk
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9/1/14 12:38 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 76° - 80º F Water Temp: 76° - 80º F
Fished from 0700 to about 230pm. tried in front of the fishing pier and got a lot of crappies most were around 9-10 inches. several decent gills and perch. Perch were pretty short. After that we zipped over to the bridge on 27 north end. got bigger crappie there. A couple were as big as 12 inches. all fish caught on minnows and tubes. best color was pink by far.

Cronk

Thanks for all the info guys. it really did help a lot.

ex mountain man
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8/29/14 4:23 PM CST
Cronk check your messinger

Cronk
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8/28/14 8:31 PM CST
OK guys as it turns out I will be in Holcombe this weekend. I should have quite a bit free time especially in the morning and evenings. This works out pretty darn good for me. Smile I will not have a boat so ill be tethered to the shoreline. Im gonna try the fishing pier across from paradise shores.

If anyone else has any ideas where I can drop a line let me know please. Ill be fishing crappie walleye, whatever bites I guess. Im not familiar with Holcombe so if you can give me a general idea I would be grateful. Need some help guys. I know there are some local anglers that can put me on a few spots..

Thanks for the help

Cronk

PS thanks paneye for all the help so far.

[This post was last edited on 8/28/14 at 10:29 PM]
9wtflyfishing
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8/27/14 9:23 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 71° - 75° F
Fished Pine Lake today. Found slab crappie and bluegill in shallow water in the middle of the lillypads from 10 am to noon, died down after that and got nothing but tiny perch for the next 2.5 hours. Kept 8 crappie and bluegill. Fished worms on a plain hook under a bobber.

paneyefshr
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8/25/14 7:46 PM CST
Cronk

Yes there is a pine lake connected to Holcombe. There is a bridge you go under just across the lake from Paradise Shores. It is a rusty metal bridge, the clearance is not very good. Be careful. All of Pine Lake is slow no wake. I've fished there with some success but I don't go there often.

Cronk
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8/25/14 7:41 PM CST
Hey folks, I have a quick question. Is there a pine lake associated with Holcombe? like one of the back waters or fingers off the main lake?

Cronk

Be safe and good fishin!

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8/17/14 9:27 AM CST
The bite was off a bit yesterday but we still managed a few fish. Most walleye were in the slot or very small. A few nice crappie bit as well.

1/16th ounce jigs tipped with half a crawler worked best. Glow or blu/pink glow were the best colors. All fish came in about 12FOW. The algae bloom is at its peak which has the fish a bit off and staying nearer the deep channels than they were a week ago.

bassindude9
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8/13/14 7:13 AM CST
Started out in around 72 degrees yesterday morning. 75 by noon

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