10” bluegill lakes!

12/3/17 @ 11:06 PM
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migr8r
migr8r
USER since 2/8/11

Thread should be called- 10" bluegill lakes that are now 6" bluegill lakes because I opened my yap. 


Edit: Original poster seems to have come to his senses and deleted his original post asking for info. I still say broadcasting to 1000’s of random people this kind of information will do more harm than good. 


Edited on 9/4/18 8:22 AM
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9/10/18 @ 10:12 PM
Lake king
Lake king
USER since 7/13/18

 Parker lake

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9/7/18 @ 12:34 PM
SnakeSter
SnakeSter
MEMBER since 7/9/12

Those are fish!!!!! Congrats Fish Cribs!!

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9/7/18 @ 8:45 AM
FISH CRIBS
FISH CRIBS
USER since 10/5/15

10.25" and 11.5"

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9/5/18 @ 5:47 PM
SnakeSter
SnakeSter
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This is a funny thread!!

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9/4/18 @ 7:45 PM
fishiz2
fishiz2
USER since 7/1/03

Not telling !!!

Edited on 9/4/18 7:47 PM
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9/3/18 @ 4:45 PM
gunslinger9562
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wind pudding lake


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2/3/18 @ 7:12 PM
OB.3
OB.3
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Bago today 

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1/12/18 @ 10:12 PM
clinesaucer
clinesaucer
USER since 12/29/14

A dinner plate bluegill!!!

Along with some other nice gills!!


Backwaters of the Red Cedar River!!

Edited on 1/12/18 10:14 PM
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1/6/18 @ 4:25 PM
7thson
7thson
USER since 6/4/06

I have two go to lakes for these type gills . One in Douglas county , the other in Bayfield county . I only fish them in early summer with a flyrod , keeping only a dozen each time out . Usually only fish these once or twice a year . These fish can be very vulnerable, so I limit how many I take . I once mentioned the name of one of these lakes in a report on LL , and, got a pm from a disgruntled resident wanting nobody to know about these fish .

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1/2/18 @ 10:42 AM
.Long Barrels
.Long Barrels
USER since 12/9/14

jonah,  read the thread.  I said waukesha,  milwaukee co.  many of those lake have thin,  longer gills.  I'm not talking about the areas you mentioned. Esp not the winnebago chain,  those are as wide most times as they are long.

As for 200 bluegill over 10,  I know many many great panfisherman,  you however are officially the best.

Edited on 1/2/18 10:46 AM
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