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ColeBurger
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9/4/15 3:21 PM CST
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If your looking to get your kids wife or girlfriend on constant action this weekend head to Lake Winnebago! Just look for flocks of seagulls on or near rock structure and cast whatever bait you want but keep it near the surface. At the end of this video I actually caught a white bass with nothing but a jig head...its that easy. What a blast!! Enjoy the video!

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9/4/15 2:05 PM CST
Can someone PM me if the flock of gulls/white bass are still in the CCP area like Wednesday afternoon, that was a blast! My brother and his boy are coming up from Ohio to fish all weekend, was gonna put them on perch, but my brother just texted me and said his boy does not want to fish for perch..yeeks! I thought it would be fun to let him cast his heart out for the whities, if anyone has seen them, please PM, thanks, tight lines!

CAPTAIN TIM EUTING
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9/3/15 9:45 PM CST
Out this afternoon from 1-4. When you are looking for very fast action whitebass are the go to fish this time of year. They will virtually hit anything you put in front of them and you can almost catch one every cast if you are on a big school. We kept 50 whitebass and released about the same in less then 2 hours. Switched up to jigging crawlers for an hour and landed 3 walleyes and caught a bunch more whities.

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9/3/15 8:00 PM CST
Nice. I voiced my opinion before they opened the locks because someone posted it on here. Jig fishing will be over as we know it within a few years on the Bago system.

http://wbay.com/2015/09/03/invasive-round-gobies-found-in-lower-fox-river/

fishinthepan
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9/3/15 4:11 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 76° - 80º F
Had a great day off long point. Saw 1 other boat out there when I was there.

CAPTAIN TIM EUTING
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9/3/15 9:45 AM CST
I went out for a few hours in the afternoon yesterday on the south end. Caught a bunch of walleyes unfortunately only 4 over 14". Dragging jigs on the edges of the reefs seemed to produce the most action. Marked and saw a bunch of baitfish, and the walleyes all looked really healthy. There should be a ton of great fishing yet to come.

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9/3/15 12:20 AM CST
Got a mixed bag today on the reefs jigs crawlers . Was nice when I was out good breeze. Perch bluegill crappies 3 eyes and a bunch whitebass on rapalas. It was a good day for me. Smile Smile

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9/2/15 6:08 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 76° - 80º F Water Temp: 71° - 75° F
Did find few perch out of Lake Side Park, used hellgrammites and night crawlers. Moved around a lot but found couple boats clustered picked spot away in 11 ft and had some limited success. All in all nice to get out no major boat traffic nice and quiet and little wind. Good day.

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9/2/15 1:23 PM CST
Majestic, you must not do your bearings every year? you should be at least checking them yearly. you go on a trip and one of those blows out because water got in and ceased the bearing you will be hating life. pop em off, if the grease doesn't have water in it and it still looks like new you slam it back on. IF I have any water or the grease looks gray or milky, it gets done. That grease looks 10 years old....

clear, blue or gray grease doesn't look like that after two years of having water in it. Sweating

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DJurgens
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9/2/15 1:14 PM CST
Hello,

Thinking of driving up Friday and trying my luck for whitebass, crappies, or walleyes. Never fished the area so any suggestion will be greatly appreciated. Thanks

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9/2/15 12:39 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny
Fished 9/1 from 10:30am to 8pm. Not a very productive day for that length of time on the water. Fished 15 spots and landed 1 crappie, 1 walleye, several white bass and about 10-15 sheeps. All spots were within 3 miles of Stinky Point. Marked a lot of fish just couldn't get them to bite. There were a lot of baby flies so maybe the fish were already full! Thankfully we made it home before we realized the bearings on the trailer failed. Looks like my hands will have to get dirty before my next outing.

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Nick Schumacher
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9/2/15 12:08 AM CST
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Was out August 29 and 30 (Saturday and Sunday) and only caught one perch on each day. Nice 10.5-inchers, but only one each day. We caught 4-5 smaller walleyes each day as well in the 10-13 inch range. Same deal as last Summer except this time they were a bit bigger. Only caught a few sheeps each day. Caught several smallmouth on Saturday, but none on Sunday. We threw everything back.

Fishing conditions looked fairly good on both of those days and we worked 20-25 spots easy. Moving didn't help. Drifting didn't really help, either. Saturday bites were subtle or non-existent, Sunday bite was totally dead. Deeper water from 14-18 feet produced more hits, even though there weren't many.

Not sure what to say. That was the worst fishing on Winnebago we've ever had. Fishing east side near Quinney Road by the way. There was apparently another lake fly hatch nearby as there was a huge batch of small ones on the water and all over the boat. Perhaps the fish were loading up on them.

Oh well. I might get back out Wednesday night and try something else.

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9/1/15 9:03 PM CST
South of Fisherman's 10 to 14 feet of water. 2 10 inch perch 1 small walleye and a bunch of sheephead. Guess we'll have to give the fish a break for a while. Spoke to a fellow fisherman at the ramp who said perhaps Wis. should think about going to one rod per person like Minn. to lesson the fishing pressure. I guess it wouldn't hurt. I use one rod most of the time anyway.

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9/1/15 7:54 PM CST
Out from fishermans 10-3 today. One nice walleye, one perch and a bunch of sheep. I was the only one left in the parking lot at 3 pm, no wonder why.

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8/31/15 11:57 PM CST
Fished yesterday afternoon got a limit of eyes on jigs 1/2 crawler. Went back today kept 2. Casting on reefs/rocks . Lots gulls around on the whites . Went after them at the end for sum fun . Speechless

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