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speed worm
speed worm
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10/23/14 10:12 AM CST
Flow and levels can be found at www.wisconsinriverpower.com

worth the wait
worth the wait
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10/21/14 8:34 AM CST
Can any one please tell me if the gates are still open? I have called the bait shop last 2 days with no answer. Thank you

MARK SAEMISCH
MARK SAEMISCH
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10/20/14 6:49 PM CST
Conditions: Cloudy
Hit both dams yesterday and got fish in both places. Here is Bri with her first ski. Medusa and shallow invader.

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BOB WILSON
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10/13/14 10:11 AM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 51° - 55° F Water Temp: 51° - 55° F
Its been a good 8 weeks, from the end of Aug. till Oct. 10.Lots of folks going out on the Rock and the Pete. A mix bag of walleyes, WB, crappie, a few perch, two Muskie, cats, and sheeps, and one PO mud puppy,I think.I have pics.,but I think every one dose know what all the fish look like.It looks like a few good weeks coming up, just go to the link on my page for any info. Bob Cool Big Smile Wink

MARK SAEMISCH
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10/12/14 10:12 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Water Temp: 51° - 55° F
We got a 28 incher or so that we didn't take a pic of and a pike and this hawg daddy. the big one was on a Medusa.

Dad's gone again
Dad's gone again
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10/11/14 8:15 PM CST
Thanks for stocking all them ski's. They taste better than the walleyes. Jk. It's a walleye thing.

backwaterflagger
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10/11/14 8:06 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 51° - 55° F Water Temp: 51° - 55° F
started the morning out dead sticking minnows in 10-11fow..manage a few short eyes and my boy got his very first slot fish pitching a jig and twister tail. a 25in beauty. Found one small school of crappie and managed to put 4 in the box. 3 on deadstick and one one a green maribou jig, also picked up one white bass and cat. after bite slowed down we started trolling and my boy got a buffalo by the tail and the battle ensued. only managed a few small eyes trolling

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10/11/14 6:17 PM CST
Are the channel markers still in? And if they are when do they pull them?

sixto
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10/11/14 4:18 PM CST
Started out around 10 water temp was 53, ended around 2 water temp was 57. Jigged break lines on east side. Should've had a Hundy stripers, but only ended up with 60 plus a lot of short eyes and 4 nice craps.

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9/24/14 10:40 AM CST
Thanks reef hawg for the post. Congrats on the 100k mark, I believe that is quit the accomplishment. So nice to read about all the efforts of local clubs helping to keep a great fishery growing strong and healthy!!!

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9/23/14 9:01 PM CST
Thanks for the hard work Mark!!! If not for folks like yourself down there, this fishery wouldn't be what it is. The amount of dedication you have put forth into the fishery in Juneau County, has been impressive, Thank you.

We also(Consolidated Musky CLub Inc.)stocked this past Tuesday, planting 500 9-13" Muskies into the river north of castle Rock/Petenwell/south of Stevens Point. The bill came to $5260.00 and we thank our members for all of the help in attaining the funds to continue this endeavor. This year marked the 100,000th Musky we've stocked locally, and what a fishery the club/s/ have resurrected here over the past 30 years, where Pollution once had Muskies completely eradicated for nearly 100 years. Since the Clean Water Act and subsequent construction of municipal and industrial waste water treatment facilities, species like smallies and Muskies again were able to flourish in the area starting in the early 1980's. Exciting stuff to think about present/future.

John, that was a real issue with ABU reels for us about 10 years ago. I lost a number of memorable Muskies on a couple trips in the early 2000's due to that very handle failure. They have since remedied that with new style handles, though a few still float around from time to time. I have a number of extra power handles that came with different ABU's over the past several years that have fixed paddles. If you are in need of a new handle drop me a line.

Jason Schillinger

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MARK SAEMISCH
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9/23/14 6:32 PM CST
Here are three Paul charlie and I got the other day and into the night. We also hooked into 2 sturgeon on accident, but it added to the fun. Been on lots of big fish lately, which is great but seeing the smile on this kids face was just as good as catching any big fish.

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propstrike
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9/19/14 12:59 PM CST
Conditions: Cloudy Air Temp: 56° - 60° F Water Temp: 56° - 60° F
Better friday morning. 12 short wallys and a crappie in the first 2 hours. Fish came off channel edges on fatheads. Too windy now, time for golf. Big Smile

propstrike
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9/18/14 9:19 PM CST
Conditions: Foggy Water Temp: 61° - 65° F
Sweating. Very slow day. One white bass in 5 hours from the yellow river to the south east dike. Throwing plastics , cranks, livebait rigging, and trolling. About one bite at each spot, mostly misses.

MARK SAEMISCH
MARK SAEMISCH
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9/18/14 9:11 PM CST
Hey fishfinder, no apology needed. this is musky mark and we at Muskies Matter, appreciate those who appreciate what we do. I just posted that stuff to make sure everyone knew exactly what we are doing. I hope you all enjoyed the video.

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