Three Lakes Chain, Oneida County

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6/26/16 @ 12:42 PM
MPOPP
MPOPP
USER since 3/28/11

We have had our best luck on the windy side of the beds in 8 to 10 this year just outside the weeds.  Have not gotten the normal weed bite yet.

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6/26/16 @ 10:23 AM
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1975
1975
USER since 2/9/11

MOON PHASE (62%)
Waning Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Sunny

AIR TEMP
81° - 88° F

WATER TEMP
71° - 75° F

This has been may worst year in the last 5 years of fishing here. Going to go out today and try my normal weed beds. I have yet to catch a eye in my 3 good weed beds.  Been out fishing 6 times. Last time out i caught some small eyes in 14' fow. that was 2 weeks ago.

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6/1/16 @ 7:24 AM
DAVEY0481
DAVEY0481
USER since 6/11/15

Yes, on the east side towards Four Mile. It sticks out rather far and people do not realize. People target the shore edge of this point. Not sure if they are fishing or catching.

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5/31/16 @ 8:30 AM
luvh20
luvh20
USER since 1/19/14

Are you guys talking about the area where the lake bottlenecks going towards Four Mile Lake?

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5/31/16 @ 7:30 AM
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DAVEY0481
DAVEY0481
USER since 6/11/15

MOON PHASE (26%)
Waning Crescent

CONDITIONS
Cloudy

AIR TEMP
71° - 75° F

WATER TEMP
66° - 70° F

Fishing was great once again. Crappies are still being caught in shallows. We even pulled a large and small mouth out of some wood, while crappie fishing. We caught enough pan fish for a fish fry and let the rest go.

That shallow part on Big Fork gets fished regularly.  Skiers and tubers love dragging there kids over that shallow part too. In theory with the weed growth and the drop off it should hold fish.  

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5/29/16 @ 12:54 PM
split shot
split shot
USER since 6/19/01

According to my daughter's cell phone, the coordinates are 45.834501, -89.092072, not exactly middle of the lake as I implied in the previous post.

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5/28/16 @ 10:55 PM
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split shot
split shot
USER since 6/19/01

MOON PHASE (59%)
Waning Gibbous

We found plenty of crappie, blue gills, perch, and even an occasional rock bass. No game fish. the biggest was a 13.25 crappie, the smallest was a 1.5 perch. We covered a lot of water, hitting range line, PGL, round, island, little fork, big fork and four mile lakes. The crappie preferred chunks of night crawlers (some what of a surprise for me.) otherwise, tiny fatheads and red worms produced well. we were very shallow, often less that one foot. be very careful, and stealthy when fishing this shallow, and release everything, as we did.

On a completely different note, we discovered a very shallow reef crossing big fork lake. It does not appear on any navigation or contour maps. By shallow I'm  saying about 3 ft! in the middle of the lake. If the weather cooperates, maybe I'll make a run out there again and get coordinates.

Also, my sonar was not malfunctioning, I asked my partner to check the water's depth using a fishing rod, and it hit bottom. 

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4/18/16 @ 8:24 PM
fenner1986
fenner1986
USER since 6/11/15
Hey all, wondering if I could get some advice, we are looking at maybe a June or Late August/Early Sept. trip up near Three Lakes, possibly staying at Rustlewood Resort (unless we hear something negative about them).

What are the best lakes to fish on in this chain? Best species per lake in the time frames listed?

Just looking to get a feel for it, we used to go up to Pickeral, Lily, Riley, Twin Lakes, just looking to try someplace new now.

If you want to send me a PM it would be appreciated.

Thanks!

Ben

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3/20/16 @ 7:05 PM
Casedog
Casedog
USER since 10/4/11
So I usually get to spend 1 week up here every August but this year looks like when I used to spend many weeks up here like when I was a young kid. I am lucky to have a place to stay on planting ground were I learned to fish some 20 some years ago. Basically I am heading up for the whole week of Easter and with it being so early this year my question is do I ice fish or get out the small fishing boat for pan fish?? I have no idea what stage the lakes are in up there so any advice whether pm or on the board what would you do with a week up here during the end of March??? I normally would be on the Wisconsin river in nekoosa fishing trophy eyes so part of me is thinking about the Wisconsin river near eagle river?? Like I said it has been over 20 years since I spent any time up there in late March so any advice would be greatly appreciated!! Just looking to wet a line and release some city life stress! Thanks and take a kid fishing!!

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11/10/15 @ 9:44 AM
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SoftWater
SoftWater
USER since 5/31/05

MOON PHASE (1%)
Waning Crescent
Fished for Musky on PG for a few hours Sunday & Monday. Only action happened on a Bulldawg at 4:40pm Sunday...Mid-30's fish that never made it to the boat before it shook off. Water temps were about 45. Worked the sharper dropoffs around shore with rubber & rubber hybrids, and the fish mentioned came from shallow water (~4-5ft). Done for the year. Good Luck. Don

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