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Jzzzzz
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8/26/14 1:21 PM CST
be duck and goose hunters out in force Monday am!

pepsiholic
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8/26/14 11:03 AM CST
looking for water temp. still able to water sport in Partridge? duck hunt in 4 weeks

worksux1
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FISHING REPORT
8/25/14 6:03 AM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 86° - 90° F Water Temp: 71° - 75° F
Fished the river (Fremont area) mostly at night last week, focusing on lit dock areas after dark. Seen a few people on the water during the day but everyone went home after dark. Not a single boat on the water and we were killing the crappies!! Simple presentation: #6 hook, small splitshot, and small fathead minnows. Most fish were 10-12 inches with a few 14 inch fish! We could actually see the crappies chasing minnows about 6 inches below the surface! Escape the daytime heat and fish at night, you will not regret it!

Big_Fisherman
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8/24/14 4:04 PM CST
Headed up for Labor Day weekend. Should I bring my fishing gear? I fish up here for the spring walleye run. Never this late.

Thanks! Big fish

LITGUY49
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8/22/14 5:02 PM CST
Heading back to Oshkosh tomorrow from central Wisconsin. Might wanna do some quick shoreline fishing tomorrow afternoon on the Wolf River. Any help directing me to a shore spot or 3 would be appreciated! (targeting channel cats... CPR)

Thanks in advance... :-)

Ralph :-)

Skatebline
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8/12/14 10:16 AM CST
I'm staying in Fremont this weekend for some camping and going to have my canoe to do some fishing. Just wondering if anyone could point me in really great spot for some bass. Just send me a message if you would like to tell me some spots and where abouts.

Thanks Smile

worksux1
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8/11/14 6:10 AM CST
Hi Tony, any reports of crappie in the river?

TONY BREFELD
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FISHING REPORT
8/9/14 12:12 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 81° - 88° F Water Temp: 71° - 75° F
Bluegills are doing very well. Bobbers and crawlers or waxworms are the best. Fish fallen down trees in the river, sloughs and bayous.

Catching very nice catfish. Cut up minnows are working the best and stink bait is also working. Fish above deep holes or large fallen down trees at night. Fish in the deep holes during the day.

Flathead catfish are also biting. 5-8" suckers are the best bait.

Some walleye are being caught in deep holes using jigs and leeches or crawlers.

Good luck and tight lines.


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8/8/14 12:10 PM CST
WiscoMuskys, Partridge Crop is 13 miles by river from Partridge and the lake level is extremely low.

prismman
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FISHING REPORT
8/8/14 8:18 AM CST
Conditions: Night Time Air Temp: 66° - 70° F
Fished the river just north of Partridge lake before dark. Only small bites. Tried to move around to find better action. Only caught 1 3-4# fish worth keeping. I noticed more set lines than I remembered. Are you set line guys doing better?

prismman
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FISHING REPORT
8/8/14 8:18 AM CST
Conditions: Night Time Air Temp: 66° - 70° F
Fished the river just north of Partridge lake before dark. Only small bites. Tried to move around to find better action. Only caught 1 3-4# fish worth keeping. I noticed more set lines than I remembered. Are you set line guys doing better?

prismman
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FISHING REPORT
8/8/14 8:18 AM CST
Conditions: Night Time Air Temp: 66° - 70° F
Fished the river just north of Partridge lake before dark. Only small bites. Tried to move around to find better action. Only caught 1 3-4# fish worth keeping. I noticed more set lines than I remembered. Are you set line guys doing better?

WiscoMuskys
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8/4/14 8:35 AM CST
depending on what boat you have, and depending on water levels, partridge lake or if you travel about two miles north, Partridge Crop Lake has always produced. Some big panfish in Partridge Crop, and a lot of other fish as well

Jzzzzz
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8/4/14 8:28 AM CST
partridge maybe an option depending on how low the water is but there is fish in there and some good ones, theres no hazards to speak of other than low water and a lot of muck, I would head out in the middle or drift around the cattail islands theres gills and perch also a lot of pike as well. the river is always an option too, cats are biting, smallies and always sheephead so that could be a possibility as well easy to do and many to catch,you may get a walleye or 2 as well, there are other lakes in the area too that are pretty good as well. PM me and I could point you in the right direction if you choose to try a local lake.

goodfishin and have fun!

SJB
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8/4/14 8:18 AM CST
Wondering if I might be able to get a little help from the LL family. I am heading to Jellystone in Fremont this up coming weekend for a family trip and will have 8 kids between the ages of 3-9 with me for a fun filled weekend. The boat is coming along and I am hoping to do a little fishing nearby if it is worth while. I have to think in Partridge lake there has to be some fish, right? Most of the kids I will be taking with don't have many opportunites to catch fish, so even 4" bluegills are fine. Can someone point me in the right direction? Or would I be better off spending some time on the wolf river going for cats or something. Again, I don't care what we catch, and plan on CPR all fish as I don't want to clean any while I am camping.

Also, how deep is partridge lake? Any hazzards to speak of with the boat?

For someone who is willing to share, I can share my walleye info and perch info on 'bago that I have for the time being.

Thanks in advance!

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