Beaver Lake, Waukesha County

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7/26/17 @ 7:48 AM
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Hardwater Freaks
Hardwater Freaks
USER since 1/21/16

MOON PHASE (14%)
Waxing Crescent

No boat landing, no trailers allowed, and the Chenuqua PD patrol it once every hour. The ticket for everything illegal is $40. I received a ticket from an officer at the landing for a trailer accidentally forgot I couldn't bring it.... Immediately went to pay the ticket at 11pm after fishing at the chenequa PD office.... Officer who ticketed me served with me in the Marines, had no idea it was me. Ticket was already submitted, had no choice but to pay it lol. 

Edited on 7/26/17 7:53 AM
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7/26/17 @ 6:03 AM
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Fishlovme
Fishlovme
MEMBER since 6/22/01

MOON PHASE (14%)
Waxing Crescent
There is no boat landing on this lake.  There must be a private one somewhere because of all the pleasure boats I've seen on this lake, most likely property owners. Heck the lake even has zebra muscles! But the access is carry-in only and down a set of steps, and unless they've changed something in the last several years there's no trailer parking in the lot, single stall parking only and I think there's room for about 10 vehicles.

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7/26/17 @ 5:40 AM
Coorslt
Coorslt
MEMBER since 4/21/17

Can someone tell me what the boat landing is like here? I have a small 14ft boat? Thank you

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7/25/17 @ 11:28 PM
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Hardwater Freaks
Hardwater Freaks
USER since 1/21/16

MOON PHASE (7%)
Waxing Crescent
The carp in this lake are absolute monsters!!! On top of that the whitebass population in here is pretty substantial  considering the clarity and lack of any structure what so ever. 

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7/23/17 @ 4:17 PM
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jaybeeturtle
jaybeeturtle
USER since 3/17/06

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New Moon

Fishindude55 and I have seen 30+ lb carp in the lake in spring. Where they dissappear to the rest of the year, I don't know. Hardly any weeds in the lake, so I don't know how they keep from starving. 

Fished for 9 hrs in the yak Sunday. Went thru 72waxies but couldn't find any big gills. Most were 3-4 inches. Also a bunch of tiny perch. At least it looks like there will be some good panfishing 3 to 5 years from now if the thousands of hungry bass don't eat em all. 

Bass fishing was hot every where you went. Caught 33 largemouth, only two were 14  inches, did get several 13 inch. Caught a bunch on surface cranks, also some crappie and a white bass. This was over deep water. Also caught 9 smallmouth, one was 3 lb, mostly on 2 inch tubes on the bottom. Released all the fish today

Edited on 7/24/17 12:24 AM
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3/11/17 @ 7:03 PM
WGS
WGS
USER since 2/17/17

Just curious, are there any carp hanging around in this lake?

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2/21/17 @ 3:46 PM
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moondoggie
moondoggie
USER since 4/22/03

MOON PHASE (24%)
Waning Crescent

CONDITIONS
Sunny

ICE DEPTH
9 inches

AIR TEMP
61° - 65° F

1 13" large mouth  on tip up tough gill bite 9" ice measured with tape landing still ok

Beaver Lake, Waukesha County Photo
Beaver Lake, Waukesha County Photo
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2/13/17 @ 10:18 AM
Gosling Bowman
Gosling Bowman
USER since 6/22/07
I believe I left a ice rod here 2 weeks ago. If anyone found it I'd love to get it back. I am able to describe rod, reel,  even the jig. Please pm me with any info.

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2/6/17 @ 2:36 PM
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HDHunter
HDHunter
MEMBER since 1/1/06

MOON PHASE (78%)
Waxing Gibbous

FishNDude....Good Report and anyone who ice fishes this body of water knows that you need to put in time and use good sense to find fish.  Fishing has been good for the most part with nice sized gills and crappies to be had.  Please be selective and put back the large bull male gills.  As to MyBass....You are a tool and the kind of jerk that good fisherman have a low tolerance for....Hope that you get yours someday soon.

 

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2/5/17 @ 1:50 PM
FishNDude55
FishNDude55
USER since 2/16/10

Ice is fine go fishing. Not a lot of pike to target, Smallies seem to be everywhere but don't target them though the ice youre more likely to run into them on accident. Gills, Crappie, Perch will take you time to locate. Do the work, put the time in and you shall be rewarded. Don't expect people to put you on spots on any lakes. 

Edited on 2/13/17 11:18 AM
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