Big St. Germain, Vilas County

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7/15/18 @ 4:29 PM
Ruben Ojeda
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USER since 6/18/01

Harbormaster,

You would probably have a better chance with crappies on St. Germain.  It has very nice perch they are difficult to find during the summer.  It’s a good walleye and Smallmouth bass lake you just need to fish mornings and evening.  Try Lake Content for panfish, it’s attached to Big St. Germain.  Message me on dates your going to be up maybe I might be in the area and could help you out.

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7/15/18 @ 4:21 PM
Harbormaster
Harbormaster
MEMBER since 1/9/02

 Just wondering if anybody can tell me if big St. Germain is a good panfish Lake? Looking for bluegills and perch of decent size? Are walleyes abundant as well?  Any info would be greatly appreciated. Tried to hire Rob mathie  as a guide but he is completely filled up for the rest of the year and he said he only guides for people that stay at his resort. 

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7/12/18 @ 7:48 PM
CMunyon
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USER since 5/12/16

I would check out Arbor Vitae camp ground.It is just west of St-germain.

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7/12/18 @ 7:48 PM
Jared
Jared
MEMBER since 7/22/01

Anyone with experience at "Deer Run"?

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7/12/18 @ 2:32 PM
Nivek
Nivek
USER since 2/10/15

Hi,

My family had two negative experiences with Lynn Ann's.  I recommend not using them.  Try Fibber's on the north side of the lake.

-k

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7/12/18 @ 2:29 PM
Jared
Jared
MEMBER since 7/22/01

Crappie,

I did see Lynn Ann's, but that seems more like a "pack 'em and stack 'em" "campground". I asked for pictures of tent sitesand they said it was too difficult. Then they plain stopped corresponding with me out of the blue after asking about booking - still have all the emails. 

Looking for a little more privacy if possible.

Thanks for the suggestion.

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7/12/18 @ 12:25 PM
Crappie dreamer
Crappie dreamer
USER since 7/12/18

Lynn ann’s campground 

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7/12/18 @ 11:37 AM
Jared
Jared
MEMBER since 7/22/01

Is there non-private camping on this lake?

I'd prefer to camp (tent) where I'm not right on top of someone else, but on the water.

Any other suggestions in the area would be welcome but I'd prefer not to trailer the boat all over.

In search of my first Musky, last week of Sept.

Thanks in advance, feel free to PM.

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7/12/18 @ 8:18 AM
Ruben Ojeda
wifishn
USER since 6/18/01

Yes mine is 98” so your fine.

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7/12/18 @ 8:17 AM
fiftyincher
fiftyincher
USER since 7/3/01

How big is the channel through to Lake Content? Can a 96" beam boat get through it?

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