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Fisher Doon
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10/19/14 9:40 PM CST
The 1st and 2nd place teams in the walleye tourney both boated 6 fish. All of our fish were caught vertical jigging.

1st place - 8 lbs 6 oz. 2nd place - 8 lbs 2 oz.

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YukYuk
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10/19/14 2:59 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 46° - 50° F Water Temp: 51° - 55° F
Out yesterday, confined to fishing northern shorelines near the moon valley area due to my small boat and the winds. Started off pretty good catching a few crappies and loosing a walleye but then hit a looong dry spell until afternoon when the fishing conditions improved.

All and all caught 6 crappie, 2 sauger, a walleye, a smallie, a white bass and a drum. Once again the only real consistent action I could fine were on steep drops with wood in about the 15ft range. Deep blade bait jigging resulted in the white bass and two crappies(oddly the smallest crappies I caught all day)

One of the hardest things I find about this body of water is that I can never decide how or where I want to fish. It's like I'll be fishing a certain way... let's say working shorelines.. and then I'll notice something interesting on the depth locator and pull back and try that for awhile and so on. Just always feels like I'm leaving fish on the table and I don't want to miss anything.

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10/19/14 11:24 AM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 46° - 50° F
Lakeside walleye tourny results @ fellows from Iowa won with 6 fish Dan Miller was 2nd 5 fish Then a lot of 2-3 fish & some with 1 fish

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10/19/14 9:02 AM CST
Anyone have results, or any info on how the tourney went?

Deadsexy
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10/18/14 11:17 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 46° - 50° F Water Temp: 51° - 55° F
HAD A GREAT DAY ON BEAUTIFUL LAKE WISCONSIN TODAY. BOATED OVER 50 FISH WITH 6 SLOTS 20.5 22 23 24.5 25 AND A 7LB 10OZ PERSONAL BEST 28. ON THE LAST CAST OF THE DAY. KEPT 6 FOR THE PAN. I'D LIKE TO THANK BOOG FOR THE NICE COMMENTS HE PAID ME AS I HAD AN UNBEILIVABLE 40 MINUTES. AND OF COARSE BERGY FOR NOT ONLY PUTTING US ON THE FISH BUT ALSO CLEANING THE FISH, U THE MAN.

Esoxluv
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10/18/14 7:43 PM CST
Fished 7:30 till noon. I think the duck hunters had better luck. About a dozen boats around the tressele . Did not see much action. Talk to couple of boats very slow. Got 1white bass. Boat control was hard with the wind. Trolled spinner rigs, slow death rigs, and shad raps. Be out next Friday. Good luck and CPR.

Esoxluv
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10/17/14 5:18 PM CST
Fished 8 to 3. 1short and1white bass. Jig and minnow with moxi purple ring worm. Pretty windy made boat control difficult. Try again tomorrow.

crossineyes
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10/17/14 8:50 AM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 66° - 70° F Water Temp: 61° - 65° F
Was out last Saturday for the afternoon. Fished several locations containing wood. 1/4 oz orange jig and fathead was the ticket. Tried boards for a while, with not much luck. Ended up with over 20 legals and many shorts with all still swimming. On another note, it was nice to see the DNR out checking boats. Had to laugh that "some fisherman" around us "didn't know there was a slot." Warden said he issued several tickets to boats for short fish also. Hope he is out more often!

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10/16/14 9:07 PM CST
Out today from 9am to 1pm. Two crappies and 1 13 inch sauger on chartreuse jig heads with medium fat heads, in 12 to 18 feet. Lots of boats in Weigands Bay, so we decided to avoid the crowd and fished across the bay from them. We had many hits, just couldn't seem to hook them. Couldn't ask for much better weather, it was beautiful.

Esoxluv
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10/16/14 8:59 PM CST
I would like to change the discussion . The current discussion is going no where and not help folks. I will be out early tomorrow. Try jig and minnow with Moix plastic. Purple and minnow work for me last weekend . I'm thinking maybe zip blades may start producing. Any thoughts. Also I wonder if walleye may be staging up the river system and start going deeper. May try up north. I will let everyone know how I do. I suggest CPR. For the future. I have grand kids I want to leave a good fishing experience for them.

Snaggin_Mike
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10/16/14 6:37 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 51° - 55° F Water Temp: 51° - 55° F
Can we get back to fishing reports? Fished both Sat and Sun. last weekend and had a great time on the water.Jig and minnow in various locations some were better than others it seemed like the more boats that were there the more fish we caught except for a couple of early spots Big Smile.As far as all those comments we were skunked last year in the last tourney Crying.Hope everyone enjoys the great weather and fall fishing.First and last post of the year! Cool

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10/16/14 12:41 PM CST
We had a great time Tuesday with the fish shocking demonstration. Approximately 40 people showed up despite the weather. Thanks to Nate and Dan from the DNR, your time was greatly appreciated and the presentation was very informative and fun!!!

Thanks to everyone who showed up, the Lake Wisconsin Alliance appreciates your support.

Kirk Boehm-President; Lake Wisconsin Alliance

thechief
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10/16/14 9:00 AM CST
Lake Wisconsin has an unbelievable way of reproducing and growing all types of fish, if it would be any other body of water it could very well be the dead sea, the lake does see a fair amount of open water fishing pressure.

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10/15/14 8:40 PM CST
So, it’s a minimum of a 3 yr turn around before a new reg becomes law. You’re dealing with a fish species that has has an average 5 yr life span (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_crappie), ( http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/fishing/species/bcrappie.html) so a regulation change will NOT deal with a SHORT-TERM phenomenon... There are NO scientific studies that show that SPORT harvest has any effect on panfish populations, other than change in size structure in some confined populations... Dave_I_WI

WalleyeBooner33
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10/15/14 5:03 PM CST
Conditions: Raining Air Temp: 51° - 55° F
Fished for a few hours today in preparation for walleye tournaments this weekend. Trolled spinners for a while in 12' of water and picked up 5 pretty quickly, 3 of which were legal.

Switched to jigging minnows along the steep drop offs and really hammered them. Caught somewhere between 10-15 fish in about an hour or so. 3 more legals.

All in all, kept 2 fish for the frying pan - no slots today which surprised me. The weather had just cleared up when fish started biting. Should be a nice rest of the week to fish from what it sounds like.

As for the limit talk below - I live on the lake and fish daily. I was checked by the DNR once this year. I saw them only a handful of times. I really wish they get out more and start checking. I see a lot of 5 gallon pails full of small fish leaving the grade boat launch and the grade daily. Its to bad it has to happen.

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