Gile Flowage, Iron County

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9/5/17 @ 5:28 AM
FISHING REPORT
peanut09
peanut09
USER since 1/17/10

MOON PHASE (100%)
Waxing Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny

AIR TEMP
46° - 50° F

WATER TEMP
61° - 65° F

Went out to try for walleye on 8/3/17. No luck, only bass. Good luck to all.

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8/29/17 @ 3:13 PM
bullet20CC
bullet20CC
USER since 9/4/08

Was up last weekend. Water was high. Rocks just under the surface.

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8/29/17 @ 8:39 AM
upnorth51
upnorth51
USER since 8/29/17

Any kind person have a water level report?  Just doing some shore fishing but would like to know before I head up.


Thanks,

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8/28/17 @ 2:31 PM
Eire
Eire
USER since 4/7/13

the tourist thing is huge.. all the stocking pretty much ends at Mercer.. more so Minoqua.  hard to tell.  the biggest issue is now the spiny water flea..  there's no stopping invasive s.

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8/24/17 @ 5:40 PM
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Breal31
Breal31
USER since 5/22/16

MOON PHASE (10%)
Waxing Crescent

Probably a couple things working against more stocking. It's basically far and out of the way from prime tourist areas, not very popular because of the navigation, and I've heard there have been some really bad die offs some years from the water fluctuation. Could be any combo of that...

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8/24/17 @ 5:33 PM
Livefreefishhard
Livefreefishhard
USER since 2/5/16

Not sure that's the reason. They held a meeting with the locals in 05 and came up with a new management program and muskies where the 3rd highest priority to walleyes and by one vote more, perch. I thought they may be monitoring natural reproduction. They came up with a density of .1 per acre and supposedly where looking to increase this density but the stocking does not reflect this.

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8/24/17 @ 3:32 PM
Eire
Eire
USER since 4/7/13

to sum it up:  because nobody eats musky?    locals don't chase muskies?   they eat what the locals like to catch?  and they are working on other species....   best i have for u. 

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8/23/17 @ 10:04 PM
Livefreefishhard
Livefreefishhard
USER since 2/5/16

Anybody know why the dnr cut musky stocking so much out here. They used to dump 2500 or so every other year. Seems like it's been super slow for the past 3 years compared to the 7 I fished before. Checked the website and there's only been 3000 put in in the last 12 years. My understanding is that there is no natural reproduction did something change?

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5/8/17 @ 11:31 AM
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#13-FIRETIGER
#13-FIRETIGER
USER since 9/28/04

MOON PHASE (95%)
Waxing Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny

AIR TEMP
46° - 50° F

WATER TEMP
46° - 50° F
Our opening day trip was less successful than we had hoped for. Started out Friday looking for perch in the morning which we were able to find in 10-12 fow off the edge of the river channel in and around some wood. Didn't catch many of them but the ones we found were really nice, 11-13". Had some incidental walleyes caught in the same area up to 16" so we thought we at least had a good starting point for saturday morning but that wasn't the case. Friday afternoon with the sun out and water temps in some back bays reaching 55 degrees, we were hoping to find some crappies or gills but no such luck. Just the cookie cutter hammer handles and smallies in the bays eating our crappie minnows and small white plastics. Saturday was a struggle in the morning. Caught some smallies off the channel and in the wood but the eyes had moved out of there because of the front coming through I'm assuming. The middle of the day was VERY slow with a lot of moving around and attempting to get out of the wind as best as possible. Ended the day trolling flicker shads around just to cover water and try to locate some fish which we did, just nothing to brag about. Ended up with 8 walleyes, 1 short of 3 limits in our boat. We were down on the south end trolling around the islands. All in all had a great trip with the guys once again, just wish the fishing had been better. Hope other guys did well out there this weekend and good luck the rest of the season. 

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5/3/17 @ 7:30 AM
#13-FIRETIGER
#13-FIRETIGER
USER since 9/28/04

Does anyone have any recent reports of panfish biting? I know the water is still real cold but was wonding if anyone has been catching them shallow on the warmer afternoons. A group of us are headed up this weekend. If we do anything worth reporting, I'll post it Sunday on the way home. Feel free to message me. 

Thanks 

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