Hit up Canada creek as i havent been there in a while for some shore fishin before heading to BD. Tied into some nice eatter size perch from 9-10 inches as well as sorting through some gills to get a half doz 7-8 inchers. Then proceeded to fish some spots on BD and tied into a 14 inch brown bullhead, 3 cats that were between 3-4 #s, as well as a few papermouths, and 3 short eyes. Many missed fish tonight, water clarity was fair on winward side of lake,opposite side was still lotsa green goo.Nice time all in all. Good fishin to ya, Teamone.
Ive seen that as well, its pretty cool how they pen them, only uncool part is the panfish that probablly get mashed into the thousands of pounds of carp. I hope it thins out a bitty chunk of the itty bitty kittys, and hopefully a gazillion of the baby carp i saw throughout spring . Id hate to be in their shoes though if they sort through that mess, with all the kittys, it would be like wrestling with a cactus, kevlar gloves? Im sure yould hear some colorfull expressions.
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Caught a walleye this morning at around 10 inches there was another guy fishing next to me that caught a keeper walleye & left right away. Either the walleye was 17 inches & he ran off with it or he was hungry lol. I tried fishing for perch but didn't catch any. I've never seen cormorants on inland lakes let alone beaver dam but today I seen a gang of them diving & eating. I hope they like the taste of catfish better than perch or walleye because they were packing some fish in before winter I guess. There had to be at least 20 of them... will be back in a couple of weeks beaver dam, just keep the bait lively, the coffee strong & the doughnuts fresh
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66° - 70° F
Hit bd and connected with a 5 and 3 pound cat, and about a dozen 12-13 inch eyeballs. A couple paper mouths aswell in the mix which were released as they were 8 inchers, one 15 inch bucketmouth, and a gigantor papermouth that popped off the hook as my buddy thought he was in the bass master classic and tried flippin it in like it was a purse sealer. Papermouths were feeding heavily on surface, water is cooling a bit but alot of green goo left yet. Good fishin to all.
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66° - 70° F
Fished yesterday from 8:00-3:00 with my oldest son. We did not have the day I was hoping for as it was about 1hr45min drive one way for us. We searched for perch mostly in vain. Spent most of out time in front of Hickory point since that was the only spot we found any. Came home with 3 perch out of about 10 caught. The perch have thick shoulders in this lake and I would like to try it again since I have heard good things, just wasn't happening for us. All our perch came off crawler chunks and colored hooks with a bead and a split shot deadsticking off the side of the boat. We fished slip bobbers with 1/32 oz. jigs 6 inches off the bottom as well, but only caught baby catfish off of these. We probably caught 100 baby catfish, they were everywhere. Oh well that's fishing, you have to be willing to try something and just go out and do it.
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I'm sorry this is not a report. I'm heading out tomorrow in search for some perch with my 11 year old son. This is my first time on the lake and I'm looking for some advice since this is essentially a big mudflat bite. I'm an avid fisherman and long time lurker, this is my first lost and I look forward to adding some reports.
Please feel free to P.M. me and thank you in advance