Allequash, Vilas County

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2/22/10 @ 5:59 PM
packerboy
packerboy
USER since 8/12/07
Any recent reports on this lake, I am thinking about heading up this weekend. You can pm me if you like.

Thanks, Chuck

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1/26/10 @ 12:51 PM
goelke
goelke
USER since 1/26/10
Heading up in a few weeks. Any report on ice depth?? or fishing?? last time I was here we slayed the Northerns. 3-4 flags at a time for about 2 hours, but nothing of any size.

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7/31/09 @ 4:18 PM
hunyuk
hunyuk
USER since 12/5/08
Sure thing newoodhntr, hop aboard. I'll show you where you just might hook into one of these 4.7 lb - 20" plus largemouths. Wink

Allequash, Vilas County Photo
Allequash, Vilas County Photo
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7/26/09 @ 8:30 PM
newoodhntr
newoodhntr
MEMBER since 12/11/01
Nice perch hunyuk when are you going to take me with?

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7/9/09 @ 9:46 PM
FISHING REPORT
hunyuk
hunyuk
USER since 12/5/08
Replying to bigwalleye69...as I stated, I did not try the southend. I was only assuming that other people were. When I returned to the landing and the lot had around 20 trailers parked there and I only saw about 11 boats on the North end, one would then assume that the rest were in the southern end. Or... maybe those other boats sunk. I didn't read anything in the local newspaper about that.

I did pretty well on the North end. Plenty of action: Walleyes,bass,bluegill,northern and perch. Here's a photo of one of the perch caught. And yes, that is a 12" fillet knife. You can see that the perch is longer. Do I need to say anymore? Wink

Edited on 7/14/09 9:03 PM
Allequash, Vilas County Photo
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6/28/09 @ 8:43 PM
FISHING REPORT
hunyuk
hunyuk
USER since 12/5/08
I have been fishing here daily for the last week and will be daily the next week as well. I have found the walleyes are relating to the weed beds, mostly the weed edge line. Weather patterns are changing, and so are the walleye feeding patterns. Morning and dusk be the better choice, but with a hazy/cloudy sky I have caught a few in the mid-afternoon. Slip-bobbers are favorite weapon. Be pepared to lose a few from the active northern pike biting off lines. Bass are also very active and found in the same areas. Blue-gills always seem to present and from watching other fisherman fish for them, they seem to be catching them closer to the shorelines in the shallower water. The parking lot is usually full with boat trailers on weekends by mid-day. I did not try fishing in the Lower Half (Electric Motors Only) but, I assume most people are heading there as I do not see the amount of boats on the bigger water per parked boat trailers in the lot. There must be good action going on in that Lower Half area. Good Luck, and save a few for me.

Cool

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6/15/09 @ 9:34 AM
BJA
BJA
USER since 7/20/06
Wow no fishing reports since my last repot july of last year lmao. Well then hopefully there wont be much traffic! Will DEFINTELY post a report on how me and my brother do. Heading up next week, hopefully the weather cooperates.

Ben

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11/23/08 @ 7:46 PM
Fishin Medic
Fishin Medic
USER since 8/10/01
Has anyone been out on the ice yet? Heading up for Thanksgiving and am hoping to get out for a couple of days.

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8/13/08 @ 8:30 PM
muskieman12
muskieman12
USER since 12/25/02
you must reserve a site. no size on boats, but you may get stuck in the channel.

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8/13/08 @ 7:57 PM
FSHRMN
FSHRMN
USER since 6/17/01
Just have 3 quick questions. Friend of mine years ago used to camp here, do you need to reserve campsites or is it 1st come 1st serve. Also is it carry in boats only? If not, how big of boat will it handle?

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