Echo Lake, Racine County

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6/9/17 @ 10:40 AM
KenoFishing
KenoFishing
USER since 5/24/17

Anyone been out recently? Looking to fish here for the first time. Is there public launch with parking?


Any info helps, Thanks

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2/10/17 @ 1:37 PM
Mongo36
Mongo36
USER since 1/28/10

I have lived in the area for over 40 years, fished the fox from Mukwonago to Silver lake, even fished the White river this past summer from the airport bridge towards Lake Geneva.  I have caught just about every species of game fish on both, no reason they would not be in Echo.

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2/9/17 @ 1:58 PM
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dink-killer
dink-killer
USER since 1/4/16

MOON PHASE (98%)
Waxing Gibbous
tho ive never ice fished echo, ive been all over it on my kayak and have found spots deeper than 3 feet on the towns side on the bridge. along the tracks have spots definitely deeper than 3. I've thrown divers that dive 6+ feet by the dam and had no issues. and i don't know what the "no panfish" talk is about... ive done very good on the gills out there. nothing huge but respectable fish. as far as the walleye goes, ive never caught or fished for them in there but see no reason why a 20+ couldn't come out of there, considering the size of some of the pike.  

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2/9/17 @ 1:09 PM
Ike the pike slayer
Ike the pike slayer
USER since 1/26/17

They're weeds out there you probably just piggy back same spot as masses and your results will reflect that I personally have seen 2 40 inch fish caught here in years past there are plenty of nice (mid to upper 30's ) pike still in here...don't always be negative people just because your perception  is different.  Good luck

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2/9/17 @ 11:21 AM
Dead Bait Walking
Dead Bait Walking
USER since 3/7/02
I tend to side with Popper, I have fished echo a lot during ice fishing the past 15 years, this lake used to be a good northern lake.  I've seen the same ice fishermen keeping almost every decent pike thru the ice the past 6 to 7 years.  I have never seen any weeds in echo lake during the winter time.  It's only 2 -3 feet deep at best, except for a deep 11 foot hole that is nearly impossible to since since that side of the lake as alot of current. I've never seen anyone catch a bluegill or crappie while jigging above the dam (but I could be wrong here!). Have fun fishing!  

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2/9/17 @ 10:50 AM
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POPPER
POPPER
USER since 6/20/01

MOON PHASE (98%)
Waxing Gibbous

Piles of walleye and 39" pike in there............

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2/9/17 @ 10:16 AM
Ike the pike slayer
Ike the pike slayer
USER since 1/26/17

Ya northern action has always been good mixed sizes....never saw anyone panfishing good to hear....thanks for honest report, congrats on walleye!

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2/9/17 @ 7:55 AM
Ike the pike slayer
Ike the pike slayer
USER since 1/26/17

Walleye dude...are they above dam ice fishing...I haven't ever been able to find pan fish but have good luck with the pike there...what kind of size to gills

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8/5/14 @ 1:08 PM
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rapmaster
rapmaster
USER since 8/5/14
Plan on going to the dam sometime this week. What's everybody catching them on and where? New to this area of lakes.

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6/15/14 @ 9:10 AM
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red..dog
red..dog
USER since 5/29/14

CONDITIONS
Sunny

AIR TEMP
71° - 75° F
Was a good day of fishing on echo lake and the river mouth just below the dam. Went shore fishing brought in 5 small mouth bass all of which were of healthy size and legal. Caught 2 catfish and a handful of panfish. Was mainly bobber fishing fixed and slip and was doing a little jigging. Everything i rigged for given time i was able to catch something on it. This lake is healthier then eagle lake and was well worth the trip.

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