For the one that's looking for a good Muskie lake try Lake Kinkaid
Looking to get away from WI in early spring to do some muskie fishing. Any suggestions for when to start muskie fishing on Lake Shelbyville? Or any other good water for spring musky fishing? We are strictly C&R.
Thanks for any helpful info and tight lines!
Hook, line and sinker
MOON PHASE (31%)
I would like to fish below the dam but would like to time trip to when water is coming over the dam where can I get that kind of information the dam motel hasn’t been accurate in the past thanks in advance for any help
51° - 55° F
56° - 60° F
Water temps are in the 57- 58* at the Lithia Springs area, marking a lot of fish but getting them to hit is different. Was there for 2 days & got my limit, but you had to work for them. All on minnows, tried plastics & jigs but them would not touch them. Very few fishermen out, one day had the whole lake to myself. The fish are not jumping in the boat at least on the south end.
MOON PHASE (33%)
76° - 80° F
71° - 75° F
Fished 5/16 and 5/17. Water very high. Very windy. Very cloudy water. All stumps were under water. Only the tallest trees above water. 4 fishermen. Caught approximately 60. Cleaned 30 in two days. Minnows on crappie rigs using long Rod's and under slip bobbers over structure. Fished Northside of lake out of Wilborn ramp.
51° - 55° F
I went last Wednesday and I couldn't believe that the water was even lower than the last time. Hardly any current and very few fisherman (which should have told me something). We fished for about 6 hours threw every trick in the book at them and still not one bight. My partner snagged two muskies but lost them both. Until they start letting water out I would wait before I would try again.