Manitowish Waters Chain, Vilas County

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5/31/08 @ 8:05 AM
srm1024
srm1024
USER since 5/31/08
First time as a logged in member and getting ready to head up to the chain. Been coming up every year for over 5 years now and finding new spots for walleye and smallies but is anybody willing to tell me where to catch some good perch or bluegill? Any info would be great! Good fishing....

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5/15/06 @ 12:09 AM
Musky Ben
Musky Ben
USER since 3/13/02
Wildman & others:

An update on the water in the Chain: With all the rain we have had, I would guess that it is 1-2' below normal pool. You can get to most all areas by just exercising a little caution!!!

Musky Ben

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5/12/06 @ 10:45 PM
Steve White
Steve White
USER since 3/17/04
Bucktail,

A few days ago a friend of mine that lives on the chain in a secluded bay that has no access when the water is low, that the levels are at normal now. This is unusal for this time of year. Still, her info is always solid.

Tight lines

Steve

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5/12/06 @ 7:27 AM
powergrub502
powergrub502
USER since 11/28/01
Greer"s pier has a couple of web cams---with more to come ------check them out-----lake levels look close to normal

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5/11/06 @ 6:06 PM
Bucktail Bill
Bucktail Bill
USER since 8/7/01
Hey Guys, What is the latest on the water level on the chain?I am heading up next week and hope I can dock at my pier presentations are working best for walleye and crappie this week?Thanks for any info and GLF!

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5/1/06 @ 8:57 AM
coops
coops
USER since 9/17/01
Thanks Ben, good news about the spearing, see you on opener.

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4/29/06 @ 10:27 AM
Musky Ben
Musky Ben
USER since 3/13/02
coops:

Two things about the water level: Certain areas of the chain could not be speared by the Native Americans and you might lose another prop!!! Be careful. Supposed to get rain, but it looks like the heaviest will miss us again.

Musky Ben

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4/27/06 @ 9:55 AM
coops
coops
USER since 9/17/01
Heading up for opener, anyone have a report on the water level? cost me a prop last year.

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4/9/06 @ 8:37 AM
grricky
grricky
USER since 12/19/02
just curious, is there any ice on the chain? fish alder and manitowish for opening. hope the ice holds out for a few wks before opening. ty gr

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8/9/05 @ 1:35 AM
Joel DeBoer
Joel DeBoer
USER since 4/12/05
Fellow WAA guide Brett Jolly and I spent a little time in the Manitowish Waters area this past weekend. Fishing was pretty decent, at least during the morning and evening hours. Fishing slowed during the day so we decided to view the 'scenery' around ther chain and at the beach - what fine scenery it was too! We hooked into our first musky about 10 minutes into the trip - the fish ate a Bootail on a figure eight. We proceeded to raise fish on crankbaits, Bootails, and spinnerbaits and Brett boated a beautifully marked fish on a figure eight with a Topraider. In addition to action from muskies, we also caught 2 "bonus" walleyes on musky crankbaits measuring 20" and 28".

Tight lines,

Joel DeBoer wisconsinanglingadventures.com

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