Long Lake, Lake County

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11/2/17 @ 8:43 AM
FISHING REPORT
Jugband
Jugband
USER since 11/2/17

MOON PHASE (97%)
Waxing Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Raining

AIR TEMP
46° - 50° F

WATER TEMP
46° - 50° F

Fishing 10/1, fish were scattered and action slow. Our usual hotspots weren't even lukewarm. We marked an impressive number of fish stacked up over a hump in the middle of the lake, but couldn't figure out how to make them bite. Four fish--a bass, two perch and a very healthy bluegill like those we caught all spring and summer--until the cold wind and rain got the better of us. All fish were on worms below a bobber; jig and bait and small spinners with/without bait did not produce their usual way.

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10/29/17 @ 2:08 PM
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87Starcraft70hp
87Starcraft70hp
USER since 10/25/17

MOON PHASE (67%)
Waxing Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Sunny

AIR TEMP
46° - 50° F

WATER TEMP
40° - 45° F
Fish are still on the move and schooling up. Mark anchor and suspend 7-15fow. 5 min intervals at a time 3-5 fish per interval 

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10/25/17 @ 8:23 PM
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87Starcraft70hp
87Starcraft70hp
USER since 10/25/17

MOON PHASE (30%)
Waxing Crescent

CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny

AIR TEMP
71° - 75° F

WATER TEMP
56° - 60° F
Got our Saturday morning. Fished the flag pole point. 10fow produced the most fish yellow bass, bluegills, 3 largemouths, one walleye, one crappie. 

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Long Lake, Lake County Photo
Long Lake, Lake County Photo
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10/18/17 @ 7:46 PM
brianjar
brianjar
USER since 8/14/17

I was out two weeks ago. Last week was a little wet. I was getting LMB on spinner baits and 3/8 ounce finesse jigs with ned craws under the boat docks on the south side and southwest side by the train tracks. PBJ color and purple craw. 10-11 total with a few northern as well.

Good luck, I don't know how the rain has effected it since then. The water has to be backup again. There was nothing happening in the channel. One hit. 

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10/15/17 @ 3:58 PM
riverrig
riverrig
USER since 10/27/04

Looking for updated info, will be heading out with my father-n-law. I havent been able to get out all year and looking to have some fun.

Thank you 

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10/9/17 @ 5:32 AM
Legend Lives
Legend Lives
USER since 1/17/17

Yes. I think it's $10-15.  

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10/8/17 @ 5:03 PM
Pike man15
Pike man15
USER since 1/15/15

Is there a launch fee?


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9/21/17 @ 9:44 AM
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Legend Lives
Legend Lives
USER since 1/17/17

MOON PHASE (3%)
Waxing Crescent

Late report. Had the day off 9/20 and fished from 630am-9am.  Fished in 3-6fow with a 1/32 JH under a float with gulp.  Steady action in the morning by 745am Dead Sea.  Caught mix bag of yellows, gills, perch, small LM and crappies.  


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9/5/17 @ 7:17 AM
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icechopper
icechopper
USER since 8/8/16

MOON PHASE (100%)
Waxing Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny

AIR TEMP
66° - 70° F

WATER TEMP
61° - 65° F

The Northwood was out on Friday late afternoon and into evening.  Bite was slow in 3-6 fow, landing some smaller gills, perch and a couple yellow stripers.  We also drifted thru deeper water with minimal luck.  Eventually moved to the east side of New House Point in 10 fow, casting back into 7 fow.  Wind was pretty rough, but the gills, perch and small LMBs were ready for action.   Small jigs with plastic tipped with minnows or a waxie.  The gills were rippin' the minnows.  Even got a few very large crappies.  What a great evening for fishing.   Tight lines !   IC

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8/31/17 @ 6:17 AM
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icechopper
icechopper
USER since 8/8/16

MOON PHASE (72%)
Waxing Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Sunny

AIR TEMP
71° - 75° F

WATER TEMP
61° - 65° F

The Northwood spent Wednesday afternoon on Long Lake.  I had Doctor Jay out with me.  Shallow water from 4 fow in toward shore produced only some small perch and a couple gills.  Deeper water at 11 fow was also slow.  We anchored in about 5.5 fow, casting out into 6+ and that produced some nice gills, perch, yellow stripers, a couple LMB and a few big crappies.  We used a small mini-mite, plastic tail, tipped with a waxie or a minnow.  Also a very small split shot which helped with the presentation in the 6+ fow.  Doctor Jay was jigging along the side of the vessel and I was retrieving.  Both very effective methods.  We moved around the east side of Newhouse Point in 9-10 fow and the gill, crappie and perch action was non-stop.  Both methods, retrieving and dead sticking were working well.  If you like 8 inch gills, that was the spot.  And remember, you have to catch a few minnows before you land a shark.  Once again, Long produces no matter the time of day.   Tight lines !   IC

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