Lake Poygan, Winnebago County

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1/15/17 @ 10:27 PM
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icecold1
icecold1
USER since 1/3/15

MOON PHASE (87%)
Waning Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Sunny

ICE DEPTH
17 inches

AIR TEMP
21° - 25° F

Fished sat. And Sunday kept 20 perch 7fow.  They came in for the action every 15 minutes. Slow but i have a nice bag of perch in the fridge and it was a nice weekend for a change

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1/15/17 @ 4:47 PM
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Nocatchem
Nocatchem
USER since 1/15/17

MOON PHASE (87%)
Waning Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny

ICE DEPTH
18 inches

Bite is good , sorting a must , caught over 30 fish . Less then last week .

My catch yesterday caught well over 60 fish .                                         No sunfish today .. Fished 145 till game time 340.

Lake Poygan, Winnebago County Photo
Lake Poygan, Winnebago County Photo
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1/15/17 @ 9:50 AM
Mikej5757
Mikej5757
MEMBER since 6/22/06

JCJ

Buy a map and you'll get the proper spelling. Good luck out there. 


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1/15/17 @ 9:21 AM
Harley0451
Harley0451
USER since 1/15/17

Was wondering if anyone knows where the perch are biting at today?

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1/15/17 @ 8:35 AM
Rip-n-Lips66
Rip-n-Lips66
USER since 1/5/17

Seems like bite has been up & down up there. Can't wait to get up there next weekend 

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1/15/17 @ 8:09 AM
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Nocatchem
Nocatchem
USER since 1/15/17

MOON PHASE (87%)
Waning Gibbous

Bite was good yesterday . Getting ready to go out again 11 am .

Lake Poygan, Winnebago County Photo
Lake Poygan, Winnebago County Photo
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1/14/17 @ 8:37 PM
fieldb12
fieldb12
USER since 1/31/15

Less questions. More reports. 

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1/14/17 @ 8:26 PM
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yelptom
yelptom
USER since 4/12/15

MOON PHASE (93%)
Waning Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny

ICE DEPTH
14 inches

Fished from 10 till 2 today and moved around the shoe and managed alot of little white bass and perch! Headed east of the shoe and got on a school and only managed a small eye and big white bass! Lots of good marks but not biting good

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1/14/17 @ 1:09 PM
Gunsnbowses
Gunsnbowses
USER since 6/17/01

Adding to that- so many people ask about boat launch locations. Near the top of every lake thread is the "get more lake info". Easiest way to get directions. But the best thing to do is get a map. I wouldn't fish a new lake without one. Hot Spots, lake chips, etc. Heck, the DNR website has free maps you can print.

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1/14/17 @ 12:37 PM
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Eyesfan
Eyesfan
USER since 6/17/01

MOON PHASE (93%)
Waning Gibbous

JCJ.

Get yourself a fishing hot spots map of Poygan. My advice is ANYONE who has not fished the lake before should have a Hot spots map. Fleet Farm should still sell them. It is a tool that anyone that doesn't know the lake should have. It saves a LOT of wasted time and you can formulate a plan based off the info from the map itself! I realize they may have a digital version or other things, but The hard copy of the Hot spots maps are hard to beat. On a lake like Poygan (subtle depth transitions and no true weed lines) GPS numbers aren't as important as other lakes, because the fish are almost always moving around following or searching for food.

Edited on 1/14/17 12:39 PM
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