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alwaysfishing
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3/22/15 11:29 PM CST
Cronk, The best thing to do is call the number on the Facebook page during the day this week. Capt. Tom will be more than happy to give you any info you need.

Good luck!

P.S. If you do get out let me know how you did. Just pm me.

Cronk
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3/22/15 11:09 PM CST
I put up a post and messaged them privately on facebook and have heard nothing back. I understand with the float in its first week things are rather crazy but i need to know as soon as possible so i can get a hotel room in town. I live in EC so its a little jog down there.

Thanks again guys and gals

Cronk

[This post was last edited on 3/22/15 at 11:11 PM]
Chippman
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3/22/15 10:59 PM CST
Cronk Most floats opened friday check bestdamfishingfloat.com or if you do facebook has more updates. Chippman

Cronk
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3/22/15 10:33 PM CST
Can anyone tell me if the lacross fishing float will be open for Easter Sunday? That looks like my only day free to hit the river.

Cronk

Would like an answer on this by weeks end, if at all possible.

walleyeman120
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1/1/15 5:01 PM CST
I was just wondering how the fishing was behind Gunderson, I am planing on going tomorrow. Cool

ymonkato
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FISHING REPORT
12/1/14 12:24 PM CST
Ice Depth: 3" Conditions: Partly Sunny
Panfish bite has been good on the Black River early morning. There's about 3 inches of ice in the back waters. You're best off with live bait.

Dresbach wall area still has lots of open water as search continues for missing fisherman.

fish-hunt365
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FISHING REPORT
9/29/13 10:46 AM CST
I have not posted any reports for quite awhile. The fishing has been very good of late. Multiple guided trips for pan fish have been very successful. These fish are moving into their wintering areas and eagerly willing to bite. The flat head fishing has been very good also, with larger fish being the rule rather than the exception. Fish are not overly concentrated in any one spot, but when you find one anther is almost certain to follow. The key for us has been to move quite often and change up on species of bait you are using. Some days perch seem to be preferred and other days gills and crappies are getting the bite. Last night I took Marvin out flat head fishing for the second time this year. He was accompanied on this very successful trip by Donte. We fished four spots and managed four fish. The areas we keyed on were rather featureless with a depth of between 25 and 40 feet. They each caught two fish with Marvin catching a 42 and a 10 and Donte caught a 25 and a 10. That was the last guided trip of the fall I am going to do; it is time for a little fishing by myself and as much hunting as possible. Also, I probably will not be guiding next year as it is very hard to work full time, which includes some weekends and schedule clients. I had a lot of trips this year, paid my expenses and enjoyed the company of each and everyone I took out. I thank you all for your support and I hope you all enjoyed your trips and came away with an appreciation of the beauty that the Mississippi offers. Also remember even though the waters of the Mississippi offer a great fishery it is not endless and we need to all practice catch and release and limit our harvest of all fish. I wish we would all adhere to a self imposed slot limit. I love to catch big fish just as much as everyone else does, that is why it makes no sense to me to keep the largest fish of any species. Please let the big fish go so they can be caught, photographed and released and the next person and the person after can do the same. There is no doubt in my mind that the Mississippi River would be the best quality fishery in the Midwest if it was managed for quality and not harvest.

[This post was last edited on 9/29/13 at 10:49 AM]
ifitswims...
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9/18/13 12:13 PM CST
Try around the Clinton St bridge, the train bridge, or down stream of the Clinton St culvert by Tom Sawyers.

hennit_seebo
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9/18/13 11:12 AM CST
Anyone have any good suggestions for some flathead holes south of the spillway on the black river from a boat? I've never fished this area from a boat and I've been told the flats start to heat up around now.

FishS4All
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FISHING REPORT
9/16/13 5:57 PM CST
Took my little girl out trolling on Saturday and caught 7 walleyes. One 17 + and a nice sauger. Week before caught 5 (two legals) and a couple nice pike. Pics to follow.

Springwater
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9/14/13 8:13 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 66° - 70° F Water Temp: 76° - 80º F
Good choice, as I made a last minute turn to Lake Onalaska, and had to do a lot moving around just to catch a few larger gills and perch, along with a few small crappie. By the time I left Schaefer's upper parking lot at 5Pm, which was full at 11am, there was only two vehicles left. Fish are biting but it seemed to be about a 1-6 ratio from big to small fish. 4 days ago I did better on the Mississippi with regards to size as well with 15 nice gills in three hours.

Rob92761
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9/14/13 4:53 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 51° - 55° F Water Temp: 71° - 75° F
went out this morning ended up with 21 gills on the river

Insane1
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9/14/13 8:23 AM CST
Bob....YOU DA MAN!

bobcrappies
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FISHING REPORT
9/13/13 11:11 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny
L.F. pm me,,,,,,,,, we got out for about 4 hours this afternoon, -25 perch -10 gills-oh yea smallmouths......split shot and minnow for jumbos-night crawlers for 9-10 inchers....what cold front!!!!!!

Little Fisher
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9/13/13 10:45 PM CST
My father and i were thinking about fishing around La Crosse during the first week of October. We have only fished here in June and did pretty well. Was wondering how the fishing is in october? And any tips or pointers would be appreciated.

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