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NukeDaWhales
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11/17/14 12:01 PM CST
Ice Depth: 2"
Ice is getting better. Should be good to go this weekend.

ryanslyne
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11/17/14 9:07 AM CST
Anyone know how ice is? Wondering if I should also bring tip-ups up when coming up for opening of gun this weekend.

kyl_me
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11/15/14 9:51 AM CST
South end of the lake is iced up this morning. Did not see ice yesterday. Won't be long until we can break out the tip ups.

Lectrotech
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9/10/14 1:19 AM CST
Nice shade of green to Camelot and the rest. Make sure to keep putting that Nitrogen and Phosphorus on your lawns, especially during a summer of good rainfall. Then blame it on the farms upstream that have been there long before the lakes were even thought of. Wallow in the mire you created, 20+ years ago these lakes were very clean. The problem is over development and finger pointing. The farms didn't bring the Zebra muscles or the Milfoil.

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Cambridge
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8/27/14 12:19 PM CST
From what I have heard is there is some dam valve work that needs to be done. Thought the draw down was only supposed to be about 4inches though. The green water is most likely due to the heavy rains the past week. Current level is actually up at 1011.55ft (was down approx 4 inches last week) Tri lakes goal is to maintain 1011.35

percheyes2
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8/25/14 12:33 PM CST
does anyone no why the water has turned so green and has an odor. Starting to look and smell like lake Mendota. It has also gone down about 8 to 10 inches in the last week. Sad

walleyeguy007
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8/6/14 2:53 PM CST
Not extremely worried about any of those lakes. The watershed that feeds all of the lakes in the area (nepco, wazecha, arrowhead, camelot, sherwood) starts many many miles to the east. Now, if they put a couple huge farms between Bancroft and northern Adams county then I would get worried.

Cambridge
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8/6/14 12:32 PM CST
With the likely coming of the large CAFO farm (Golden Sands)north of the lakes area what is everyones thoughts? Will the 6000 animal, 50+ high capacity wells affect lake levels? water quality? Will this area resemble the dry Almond area lakes or the dry lakes near Plainfield? Sad

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8/5/14 12:29 PM CST
Last one for the year come on out for a good time. I had a guy contact me he said he was staying at a friends cabin for the week and wanted to know if the tournament is for anyone. Yes anyone wants to join us is welcomed just come on out or send me a message .

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7/24/14 12:11 AM CST
You just show up. I take the first 19 boats. I have never gotten a full field in over 14 years. I get 8 to 14 boats. I do get the most boats in August I think its because most big summer thing are done ( grad parties, music fest , vacations ) I had 11 boats last Sunday for the down town Rapids one , allot of nice smallies were caught.

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wipergill
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7/23/14 5:42 PM CST
Wet-Net how do I register for the tournament?

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7/23/14 12:27 PM CST
One last outing for the year Camelot Aug 10 its always a good one. Last year the guy who got first got $70.00 and he also got big fish another $50.00.

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Mic2
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7/7/14 9:56 AM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 76° - 80º F
Kids fished off the dock, caught many 5-8" Bluegills and sunfish on red worms and a bobber, they also caught 2 largemouth Bass 1) 8-9" & 1) 12" they had a blast.

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6/29/14 1:21 PM CST
I run my tournaments this way. Its $10.00 a boat you can have as many people in your boat as long as its legal. This way families and friends can get to gather . I charge a $2.00 per person for big fish of the day. We start at 7am back to the landing at 11am. I weigh up to 5 fish per boat. No trash fish (carp,rock bass,white bass,cat fish) This tournament started in the 80s I have been running it for 14 years. I get between 10 to 15 boats . I can only have 19 boats total by law and I have been checked in the past. Everyone has a great time and you can learn allot. WE fish Arrowhead,Camelot,Nepco. WI River, Sherwood. IF you are interested let me know.

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biggblokk
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6/29/14 8:54 AM CST
Great, thanks! Anyone happen to know who is running the Tuesday night tournaments in the area? Is there a schedule that can be emailed or posted for wither Tuesday or Sunday? Thanks again!

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