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cjs5150
cjs5150
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9/9/14 10:27 AM CST
Thanks for the reminder Perchin. I sent my $.02 worth.

Perchin'
Perchin'
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9/9/14 8:11 AM CST
I was watching all that green stuff coming down the river actually in Fremont - I think the high waters flushed a lot of duckweed, algae, and weeds out of the backwaters of the Wolf and its tributaries. More to come with the forecasted rains I bet too!

Perchin'
Perchin'
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9/9/14 8:09 AM CST
Just a note that the deadline for comments on the Environmental Assessment for the proposed boat lift over the Rapid Croche Lock is September 15th. Go to www.foxlocks.org for more details. A taxpayer funded boat lift just so that we can have a greater potential of invasive species in the Winnebago System - what a fantastic idea.

Quester
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9/1/14 1:56 PM CST
I was out on Poygan last wed and the water was green with green slime balls! The farther west I went the worst it got, floating weeds and duck weed.

Lake Winneconne and Butte des morts were in good shape!

prairie sport shop
prairie sport shop
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9/1/14 9:03 AM CST
Is the lake still green and is there much floating weeds? I'm 35 miles west and would like to hear something before I head over. Thanks in advance.

walleyebeef
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FISHING REPORT
8/31/14 9:07 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny
Fished Poygan for the second time today out of Tustin. Fished from about 2pm - 5:30pm. Tried for some perch in the shallows, and got nothing. Where are the weeds in this lake? After that proved unsuccessful we headed out to the south end and jigged a bunch of spots in about 6 - 7 feet of water. There we got 1 cat, about 14", and a couple of sheep. We moved to fish off of indian point in about 5 - 6 feet and managed 1 sheep and a whitebass. Still trying to find the eyes in this lake.

Swept away
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FISHING REPORT
8/24/14 6:03 AM CST
Well things changed a lot with all the rain and the water coming up six inches. Fished gravel spots and managed two eyes, six crappie, and six whites Friday. Yesterday only got one eye. The carp moved in also. There must of been the whole population of those things there. It made for tuff fishing. Also it looks likes there was a die off of cats. Saw hundreds of them floating all over the lake. Most were smaller ones.

TrollingForWalleye
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8/23/14 2:08 PM CST
Put the boat in the water to drive 2 miles to the south shore launch. Pea soup. Never seen it that green. Didn't even try to fish

J&M anglers
J&M anglers
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FISHING REPORT
8/23/14 12:17 PM CST
Anything biting lately? Plan on fishing the lake this week thru the weekend?

Swept away
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FISHING REPORT
8/17/14 6:48 AM CST
Well only a simple report. Was only able to make it out for a little while yesterday late morning due to the death of a good friends son. Did manage four eyes six whites a crappie and a cat in about two half hours. Harnesses with bright colors,chartreuse and chrome. Was on the edges again in five feet of water at one two for speed. Got several PMs about others that have figured it out and are now catching fish also keep up the good work and keep sending the PMs.

zebco
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8/11/14 5:13 PM CST
hows the musky fishin in the winnebago chain.

Swept away
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FISHING REPORT
8/10/14 10:13 AM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 71° - 75° F Water Temp: 71° - 75° F
Another three days of good fishing. Fished on weed edges in shallow water. Fished by the birds with long lines and bottom bouncers. Colors yesterday were red and orange today was chartreuse. Ended keeping fifteen crappie, ten whites, twelve cats, and release two northern and twenty two eyes. The neighbor followed us today and he only got one eye, three cats, and a crappie. The fish are there if you just keep trying. Don't let anyone tell you they aren't. Patients this time of year is important. Fish were in small schools and were moving fast. It is like fishing in a barrel and all of a sudden there gone. Speed was still one one to one five. Saw a couple of boats but not as many as Friday. Is anyone else doing good.

WisconsinHunter/Fisher
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8/9/14 10:46 AM CST
I love gar fishing but the spot that I normally catch them at isn't good this time of the year and was wondering if there's a lot of gar on this lake and what area too look for them?

mr harris
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8/8/14 8:48 PM CST
It's been middle to upper 70's last couple weeks.

Esox23
Esox23
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8/8/14 3:19 PM CST
Anyone have a current water temp out there? Thanks

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