Big Eau Pleine , Marathon County

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8/16/18 @ 12:31 AM
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Muskybob79
Muskybob79
USER since 3/4/17

MOON PHASE (34%)
Waxing Crescent

Thanks for the info. That was it. At least I know it was my own fault. To whomever did pick it up,  I'd gladly pay a handsome reward...

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8/15/18 @ 6:44 PM
BigAlseyes
BigAlseyes
USER since 3/20/16

It was at Lisa's Landing.  It was a large Dark green pvc type bag.  I parked next to it when I put in.  I thought the people taking their boat out left it sit there and even asked them.  They said no, it was sitting there earlier when they put in.  I figured it was someones cooler. (never looked in it)  When we were done cruising around and took out later that evening it was gone.  Wish I would have known, I would have grabbed it for ya.

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8/15/18 @ 10:44 AM
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Muskybob79
Muskybob79
USER since 3/4/17

MOON PHASE (24%)
Waxing Crescent

Fished the Halder Bridge area This past Saturday. Managed to catch a couple nice 11" crappies. Also a nice 23" slot 'eye. Then disaster. Got home and realized I lost my green soft sided Cabela's tackle bag with I think 8 trays of freshly organized tackle. My entire fishing life was in that bag! Not sure if it flew out of the boat or if I left it sit at Lisa's Landing. Congrats to whoever found it. I'd be worth a lot to me to get it back.

Edited on 8/15/18 10:48 AM
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8/10/18 @ 9:07 PM
HardSlabsSoftEyes
HardSlabsSoftEyes
USER since 8/2/18

I’m ready for Fall fishing this lull can end any day now! ??

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8/2/18 @ 7:48 PM
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BigBlu
BigBlu
USER since 5/10/18

MOON PHASE (71%)
Waning Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Cloudy

AIR TEMP
66° - 70° F

WATER TEMP
71° - 75° F

Fished today 8:30 til 1:30. Trolled flicker shads in 8-14'. Caught 1-17 inch walleye. Released. Water clarity was very poor but it wasn't green. More muddy.

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8/2/18 @ 7:25 PM
HardSlabsSoftEyes
HardSlabsSoftEyes
USER since 8/2/18

Roger that, BigAlsEyes.  The only problem is that as far as I know the crappies are so darn scattered in there it may not be worth a trip to catch 1 or 2 fish. 

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8/2/18 @ 5:09 PM
BigAlseyes
BigAlseyes
USER since 3/20/16

You would have better odds trying to catch a few of the crappies.  Last winter the water was over 14ft low and it probably took its toll on a bunch of those walleyes that had been in there.


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8/2/18 @ 9:22 AM
HardSlabsSoftEyes
HardSlabsSoftEyes
USER since 8/2/18

Should one assume the eyes moved real deep to find colder water with the mid summer high water temps?

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8/1/18 @ 7:18 PM
BigAlseyes
BigAlseyes
USER since 3/20/16

Well, we are in the late part of summer which is usually a bit slower for fishing.

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7/30/18 @ 11:07 PM
Hallmark
Hallmark
USER since 6/15/13

The green will last until lake temp and day length are too cold and too little light in a day to support algae growth. Without sufficient light and water temp, the algae just dies off. Happens every fall. 

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