Coon Fork Flowage, Eau Claire County

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1/5/18 @ 8:09 AM
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pannislayer
pannislayer
USER since 2/5/17

MOON PHASE (82%)
Waning Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny

ICE DEPTH
13 inches

AIR TEMP
Below 0° F

This lake is full of fish, it' hard to not catch fish here. Put from the landing in the camp ground is a better spot and out from the handicap dock by the island can be good too the general fish size is small but there are a few quality fish in here. If you have kids or you just want to catch fish till you get sick of catching them this is the lake to go to

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2/7/17 @ 9:01 AM
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treedangler
treedangler
USER since 12/8/08

MOON PHASE (87%)
Waxing Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Sunny

ICE DEPTH
16 inches

AIR TEMP
21° - 25° F
I was out Saturday the 4th as well. This was my first time on Coon Fork. I am new to the area and exploring different areas to fish. We did not do any where near as good as Nordic but did manage maybe 25 fish between 2 of us. We kept one nice perch a nice gill and a decent crappie. I was very surprised at the small size of fish we caught. Is that fairly normal for this lake?

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2/5/17 @ 10:38 PM
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NordicLegend
NordicLegend
USER since 2/5/17

MOON PHASE (68%)
Waxing Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Cloudy

ICE DEPTH
16 inches

AIR TEMP
11° - 15° F

Fished Saturday morning straight out from the boat landing even with the dam. Depth was about 15 feet of water. Water clarity was like root beer so my Aqua-Vu was useless. Two of us landed about 50 small crappie. Kept two decent perch and one crappie. Action was fast but only once we switched to ultra tiny jigs that fell very slow. Jig never made it to the bottom some times. Small finesse jigs tipped with a red spike was the ticket. Fish were suspended early in the morning and moved down to the bottom at about 10 am. Fun morning but few quality fish to be found

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1/15/17 @ 12:22 PM
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kvandehei33
kvandehei33
USER since 12/19/11

MOON PHASE (87%)
Waning Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Sunny

ICE DEPTH
14 inches

Wanted to try out my new SUL ticklestick this morning somewhere that I knew I'd catch fish, which was absolutely amazing. No more spring bobbers for this guy!

Fished 8-1030, 16 fow. Bite was fast and furious, brought them up as fast as I could get my line down. Marked 5+ fish at a time when they came through. Caught 50+ fish mostly 6-7 inch crappies but managed seven 9-11 inchers for a snack during the Packers win tonight. 

Said it last year and I'll say it again, great lake to take a family! Go pack go! 

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2/1/16 @ 11:43 AM
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kvandehei33
kvandehei33
USER since 12/19/11

MOON PHASE (44%)
Waning Crescent

ICE DEPTH
12 inches
Was a beautiful day to be out on Saturday. Fished 8:30-3:30 down by the island. Great lake to take the family, or in my case the wife who is happy just to be catching fish. Easily caught 75+ between the two of us, kept 20 for the frying pan. Majority of the fish caught were 5-7" crappies. All the fish worth keeping were perch. Nothing on the tip ups until I was packing up, lost a monster musky at the hole. Bit through my 40# fireline like it was nothing. ATVs and a couple trucks were out down towards the dam, wondering if the size of fish is a little better down that way. Fished 10-15 fow on the drop offs.

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2/17/10 @ 2:05 PM
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bdhunter
bdhunter
USER since 9/13/07

CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny

ICE DEPTH
26 inches

AIR TEMP
31° - 35° F
Fished today from 9 am to 1 pm. Tried where I did good last year and had ok results. Caught small crappie (6-8"), 2 baby bass, and 1 nice 10" perch. All released. Was surprised to see a permanent shack out there.

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2/25/09 @ 4:35 PM
RagingDiablo13
RagingDiablo13
USER since 2/24/06
I have heard from a couple locals that there are some nice ones in there, not many, but a couple...

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2/25/09 @ 3:52 PM
sirwiggles
sirwiggles
USER since 12/12/08
Nope not to many northerns in Coon Fork to my knowledge either. Fish it a couple times each year and haven't caught a northern yet! Just tiny panfish.

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2/25/09 @ 11:52 AM
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garth01
garth01
USER since 2/20/07
I am not sure, but I think they arent many northerns in Cook Fork. I know there are muskies but i am not sure about the northerns.

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2/25/09 @ 9:33 AM
RagingDiablo13
RagingDiablo13
USER since 2/24/06
I am heading up to my place on CF to end out the season and put the HardWater gear away. Thinking of finishing off the season on Coon Fork Lake. I would like to hunt for some Northern, using tip-up and shinners. Have not has much luck in the past. Any advice??? Might try in the channel instead of the middle. Not chasing pan fish. Thanks.

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