Allequash, Vilas County

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8/13/08 @ 7:09 PM
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jkb
jkb
USER since 6/25/02
Boulder junction has a few bait shops. The gas station sells crawlers and there is a bait & tackle shop on the main street. There are bait shops in Sayner (down M to N) and Woodruff also. I would fish the outer weed edge on either end of the main lake. There is deep gravel off of the larger island too that you could try drifting if weeds aren't working. Be careful going down the creek and behind the larger island, there are shallow rocks in there.

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8/13/08 @ 6:56 PM
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Mertzpaul
Mertzpaul
USER since 12/19/04
Heading up here this weekend, just wondering where the nearest bait shop is. Any tips would also be appreciated so the girlfriend doesn't get too bored! hopefully will report back in a week with some good results.

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7/29/08 @ 7:59 AM
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BJA
BJA
USER since 7/20/06
Camped on the south ened of the lake, last week it is beautiful and there is no electric also you have to get to it by boat. Pretty much fished allequash the whole time picking up smallies and margemouths as well as some plentiful nice size bluegill. Couldn't find the walleye and from what i heard from other fisherman is that they cought one walleye but no more. Great week up there, great wqeather, great temps and great place.

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7/21/08 @ 4:29 PM
Sale
Sale
USER since 8/28/07
The water level in other near by lakes is very low, making this lake a choice for many anglers because it has maintained it's own water level. You can expect the parking lot to be at full capacity on weekends and holidays. The lake's fishing population is getting hit hard from this. Boat traffic can be heavy at times. Getting off at the the water at dusk/sudden storms can take awhile when everybody else is also trying to get out.

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7/7/06 @ 7:50 PM
green monster
green monster
USER since 5/17/06
Just fished this lake on tuesday,excellent lake.We took 2 boats over there,my son and brother wanted to bass fish,my dad and I went for panfish..They boated several bass only 1 legal sized largemouth,several small northerns,my son lost about a 5lb. smally at the boat.Dad and I did well on panfish,we kept 25,really nice sized bluegills and crappies.White twister with 1/8oz. leadhead worked good also nightcrawlers.Make sure you know the lake,dont want to lose your lower unit,it pays to have a lake map out there.Go left from the landing,when you see the island go way to the right of the island,you should see the shallow bars,fish out from them aways in the weeds.We caught all our panfish in 5 to 9 f.o.w. Get that lake map,and good luck to you and your family.

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7/7/06 @ 2:27 PM
monte87
monte87
USER since 7/7/06
There is a very shallow rock bar north of the first Island once you go outside of the channel

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7/22/03 @ 12:43 PM
Orion
Orion
USER since 1/5/02
anyone?

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7/21/03 @ 10:37 PM
Orion
Orion
USER since 1/5/02
I will be camping on this lake 7/24-7/26 with my wife and son on the Northwest side of the lake. If anyone can give advice on this lake, it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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6/15/03 @ 8:43 PM
10 RING
10 RING
USER since 3/16/03
Fished it saturday for the first time. Very hard lake to fish, at least for me. Seen no muskies, caught a few nice perch, in north lake. South lake, 4-5 small northerns, 2-3 decent bass. Talked to a guy at the boatlanding, said he was out the night before, south lake, had a huge muskie fallow and end up hitting the side of his boat, while casting for bass. Good luck to all.

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6/14/03 @ 10:30 PM
mikie
mikie
USER since 6/15/01
Any Panfish Reports?

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