Boot Lake, Oconto County

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6/3/18 @ 1:55 PM
Dinner plate keeper
Dinner plate keeper
USER since 3/14/11

If one knows how to fish a crib? They are excellent summer or winter. It could be constructed or just a pile of old Christmas trees. I always had success near or around them.

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6/3/18 @ 12:49 PM
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Hardwater Freaks
Hardwater Freaks
USER since 1/21/16

MOON PHASE (78%)
Waning Gibbous

I don’t care who puts one in or how many lol.... I’m just saying there’s several not from the Dnr or association and I could care less seeing as the lake has little weeds. Posted is a picture off the side of my pedal driven kayak of what the ones the lake association put in. That’s in 17FOW and hugeeee

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6/3/18 @ 8:36 AM
Jared
Jared
MEMBER since 7/22/01

I found a ton of them this past week.

Edit: Walleyechaser, your messenger is off.

Edited on 6/3/18 8:42 AM
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6/3/18 @ 8:31 AM
sircasey
sircasey
USER since 12/20/08

Who cares if someone puts in a crib.  Remember where it is and fish it.  If you've found a large one, you're indeed lucky.

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6/3/18 @ 8:22 AM
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Hardwater Freaks
Hardwater Freaks
USER since 1/21/16

MOON PHASE (78%)
Waning Gibbous
Yes this illegal for locals to plant cribswithout consent of the Dnr. However the ones that were approved are huge logs structures loaded with branches and at least 7 of them. Then there’s a ton of sunken logs and branches that are not cribs approved but are definitely man made cribs considering there’s cinder blocks attached. Yes it’s illegal, yes you can call and tell the Dnr, no they will or come and remove it unless it’s a hazard to the ecosystem, and they can’t fine someone unless they find out who did it, on top of all of that I promise you that you’re wasting your time by telling the Dnr of a crib they didn’t approve of. They don’t have time to respond to “too many cribs.” 

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6/3/18 @ 12:10 AM
brtn610
brtn610
USER since 12/30/07

Do people have an issue with fish cribs planted by locals?  Honest question. I do not have a place on the lake, just fish it occasionally. Looking for honest opinions.

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6/2/18 @ 8:13 PM
walleyechaser2
walleyechaser2
USER since 2/22/09

very true!!!

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6/2/18 @ 8:12 PM
Bluealumacraft41
Bluealumacraft41
USER since 3/19/15

any fish planting’s or crib droppings   by any group or association must be approved and reviewed by dnr. The dnr then adjust the allowance of what can be put in each year . Dnr does not pay for planting the group or association does but the dnr controls what goes into each lake. 

Facts^

If illegal fish cribs or fish planting’s is occurring one simple call to county dnr will solve the issue


Edited on 6/2/18 8:14 PM
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6/2/18 @ 8:09 PM
walleyechaser2
walleyechaser2
USER since 2/22/09

she lives on pineridge rd on boot lake. if your ever up here send me a message and i'll show you were she lives

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6/2/18 @ 12:57 PM
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Jared
Jared
MEMBER since 7/22/01

MOON PHASE (85%)
Waning Gibbous

Walleyechaser,

Do you have contract info for Laura?

Does she have/run the webcam?

I've tried emailing through the site multiple times to no avail.

Please PM me.

Thanks.

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