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elkwi68
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7/13/15 4:58 PM CST
Lunkerhunter, your boat is fine for Geneva. It can get ugly on weekends or when wind gets going. If the whitecaps are out, stay out of the wind in Geneva or Williams Bay. I prefer to launch out of Wms Bay. Avoid Geneva launch.

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7/13/15 4:29 PM CST
Thinking of fishing this lake some time this summer. Have never fished this lake. I have a 17 foot bass boat semi-V. Is this boat safe on this lake. Also would be fishing artificial for LB & SM. Catch and release. Any information where to launch and area to concentrate on would be appreciated. Would be fishing during the week only. Thanks in advance and be safe out there.....Lunkerhunter

bobs1961
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7/13/15 1:03 PM CST
Conditions: Cloudy Air Temp: 66° - 70° F Water Temp: 71° - 75° F
Fished Sunday morning 6-9 a.m. Caught about 10 LMB between the two of us. Lost a nice SMB near the boat. Most fish were caught on finesse plastics but two were caught on crawfish color lipless cranks. Worked the north shore near the narrows and stuck to 6-12' depths between the docks and the buoy line. No real size this trip. The fish ranged from 12-16 inches. Tight lines.

Let's Go Fishing
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7/13/15 10:30 AM CST
Conditions: Night Time Air Temp: 71° - 75° F Water Temp: 71° - 75° F
late report from saturday night, fished with Kevin, starting around 7pm, fish were scattered, but biting pretty good, used spinnerbaits, and rattletraps, moved around alot, but found fish almost everywhere we tried. several in the 3-4lb range, mostly largemouth, final cast of the night was a 2.3lb smallie. most fish came in 8-10fow. good luck, good fishing, Woody!! Cool

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7/12/15 2:57 PM CST
Conditions: Cloudy
fished with doc and son this morning for a couple hours. Although the day was cut short due to an obligation they had, we had a great day of fishing. I enjoy my time with Doc and his son. When they left, I decided to chase the trout, it has been a while but they acted just like I remembered; they came out fighting! It's been a while, but some of the fish stay in their same pattern, it was great time. What a day to forget the sunglasses!

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bigsaw
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7/11/15 10:14 PM CST
Anyone getting any bluegill in deeper holes yet ? Thank you

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dan reetz
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7/11/15 9:19 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny
This is the lake for me....fishing in 10 to 12 with top-water and I like to call it JIB fishing. "Jack in the Box". It's the best way to describe the best way to fish this lake. The lure is plopping along then BAM...just like a jack in the box the fish nails the lure. Fishing over by the country club today and it was a fish every other cast and I could have fished it all day. Timing is critical and winds have to be non-exsistant. "Like Glass" Good luck to all here's a pic of a smallie that put up a great fight.

[This post was last edited on 7/11/15 at 9:21 PM]
Let's Go Fishing
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7/10/15 11:56 AM CST
Fished with Kevin last night, started in Fontanna with little results, moved to the north shore, didn't find fish till we reached one of our regular spots, and the fish were stacked. We both caught several nice bass, but I lost count of how many I lost just after hookset, or at the bost. Frustrating, but fun. Good luck, good fishing, Woody

[This post was last edited on 7/10/15 at 11:57 AM]
HERO547
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7/9/15 3:43 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 71° - 75° F Water Temp: 71° - 75° F
On at 7, off at 1:30. Not too good. Every one I talked to said the same thing. Went to look for crappies. Not a one. No wind early. Went over to the flats to find a little wind to drift. Started out with a 11 inch perch. The next 157 were not over 7 inches. A few rock bass, four bass and 20 sun fish. Except for the bass, nothing wanted worms today. Ice jig, plastic and wax worm was all they wanted. Most came drifting in 12 to 14 feet of water jigging over the side of the boat 10 feet down. Bad day for Sidney the sea gull. Only 3 deep hooked little ones for him. Every time I started the motor he took off. When we got to the next spot he was there waiting for us. Best of luck to all. Smile

Hook SetM
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7/6/15 12:12 PM CST
Colemans= Pebble Point

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7/6/15 11:53 AM CST
Hope everyone had a great holiday weekend. Life long resident here can someone tell where Colemans Point is??

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7/2/15 5:32 PM CST
Tough day today for my son and I. Launched from WB...fished Cedar Point, black point, narrows, in front of the bible camp, and finally the flats. Didn't even get a bite...I seem to have better luck at night...

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7/2/15 6:45 AM CST
No problem cycleguy! Nice fish dolson1 one you two will always remember! Cycle guy it depends what your fishing for. You want big and fast for game fish! If there biting. Small if there not. Just one mans opinion! Here's two more videos if your inteested. Shows the spot were the lady of the lake is over by button bay. Other shows cabin cruiser in 70ft with rock bass in it! Scuba diving,lake Geneva,wis,cabin cruiser! Lake Geneva ice diving! Both on u-tube. A lot of smalies and eyes can be caught by the ship and on the hump in button bay! Tight lines!

CygnusX
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7/2/15 5:54 AM CST
Conditions: Cloudy Air Temp: 66° - 70° F Water Temp: 71° - 75° F
Was wondering what people's preference was when using live bait. Fatheads or Roaches? Size? And what seems to be your favorite presentation with them. Thanks in advance.

dolson1
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7/1/15 9:14 PM CST
One of my best days on LG. fished from noon until about 6. Finesse rig in 10 feet of water. Got between 25 and 30 largemouth with my daughter, and here was her biggest of the day. 71 degree water temp

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