Dam Lake/Sugar Camp Chain, Oneida County

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2/8/18 @ 7:07 AM
Gary Myshak
Gary Myshak
MEMBER since 11/1/14

This lake USA tough bite in winter... usually late January and early February are tough. I was out there about ten days ago and did not mark a fish all day, I live on this chain, it should get better towards end of February or early march

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2/7/18 @ 9:02 PM
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CatExecuter
CatExecuter
USER since 1/28/16

MOON PHASE
Last Quarter

CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny

ICE DEPTH
21 inches

AIR TEMP
Below 0° F

WATER TEMP
Below 40° F

Went out on this lake to try. Ended a failure. Was bitter cold and very windy. Dove out on the snowmobile trail with my pick up and drive out to about 20 fow. Set up a bunch of tip-ups and jigged for a few hours with a bunch of guys with every type of jig we owned. Not even the slightest nibble. Not even the slightest. I hear this is a summer lake and may try then, but will never ice fish here again.

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2/3/18 @ 9:31 PM
CatExecuter
CatExecuter
USER since 1/28/16

Can anyone tell me how to get onto this lake? I will be going out there tomorrow. Any other help would be greatly appreciated.

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12/9/17 @ 8:26 AM
Gary Myshak
Gary Myshak
MEMBER since 11/1/14

I would like to thank everyone for this past years outings... 

we had some good times...

looking forward to this, my 22 year of guiding that started this past September!!

thankyou all so very much!!

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12/9/17 @ 8:22 AM
Gary Myshak
Gary Myshak
MEMBER since 11/1/14

Every year to say thanks to all the people I fish with, I sell 5 full day guide jobs for Christmas at a reduced rate.. for December only and they must be paid for by end of year.. $200 for a full day!!

please contact me at 715-617-2047 or email me atmuskygare@hotmail.com 

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10/12/17 @ 5:41 AM
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Gary Myshak
Gary Myshak
MEMBER since 11/1/14

MOON PHASE
Last Quarter

wow I finally was able to log in!! After not being able to log in all year it  finally worked!!!  Crappie fishing has been great if you like mid size crappies. Lots of 7-10 inchers, once  in a while you get a few bigger.It will take another year or two to get this class up there. too many getting raped in the spring. deep water has been the best bet for crappies. minnows on slip bobbers and small jigs in various colors vertical jigged are working great.

Muskies are all over the chart, no real patterns or baits stand out. Getting some on the bars while getting some in 2  feet of water . water temps are about60 as of the other night. Water is dirty, not from turn over either, it still needs to drop to about 52 to start. A green bloom is happening also.

The river is dropping , they let it down about 2-3 feet in the last few weeks.

Smallies are working rock bars and flats near evening now. twitching rapalas on the surface is fun.


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10/4/17 @ 4:52 PM
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magnumesox
magnumesox
USER since 7/27/01

MOON PHASE (99%)
Waxing Gibbous

WATER TEMP
61° - 65° F

Water temps low 60s. Musky fishing picking up . Stay on brake line and rock humps. Some nicer size musky starting to show up. 

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10/4/17 @ 7:14 AM
mr_chem
mr_chem
USER since 6/16/07

My father and I are headed up this weekend to fish the area for muskies.  Does anyone have a recent water temp?  Do the lakes on this chain undergo the full turnover and have they done it yet?  I am looking for my dad to soak some suckers as he recently had a stroke and will not be able to cast.

Thanks for any help you can give.

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9/16/17 @ 8:46 PM
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LordMuskieBassMan
LordMuskieBassMan
USER since 9/16/17

MOON PHASE (15%)
Waning Crescent

CONDITIONS
Night Time

AIR TEMP
56° - 60° F

Just got to one of the sugar camp lakes, first cast 18 inch smallie on a sinking minnow wacky style.  Then one dock over heard what sounded like a human cannon ball! Had to be a Musk.  Ran up to my take box and slapped  on a liter and my favorite surface lure on 8lb test. Snuck down right b4 the dock and casted 15ft over where the raise was.  As my jitterbug was half way to my I saw a wake in its path 5 feet in front of it. BAM!  Blasted it and it was on, guessing low 40's.  Had it on for 10 min w/o net and made another jump and shook and spit.  Moved 2 docks over and had another follow a bit smaller say 35.  Within t hrs of being here I know where 4 respectable musks are. Been coming here 4 years and only seem two total.

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7/20/17 @ 5:14 PM
theebestfisherman
theebestfisherman
USER since 5/3/03
I we'll be staying on Dam Lake this coming week with the family.  I will be primarily fishing Muskies and maybe a few walleyes or crappies. Was wondering if there is recent reports or couple pointers to get us started. Thanks in advance.

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