Hasbrook

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5/29/15 @ 7:25 PM
FISHING REPORT
Texaseye
Texaseye
USER since 8/15/12

MOON PHASE (85%)
Waxing Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Raining

AIR TEMP
71° - 75° F

WATER TEMP
51° - 55° F
Fished from 10 to 3 pm on the shoreline opposite the boat landing. Targeted fish 20 to 30 feet from the shoreline on the drop-offs. Due to the weather conditions the bite was hard to find. Couple pike found closer into shore, nothing else. Spawn beds located, but maybe a week late? Tried cranks, senkos, mepps, spinners, etc.

IMHO this I one of the prettiest lakes in Oneida county. Clear water, islands, tall trees along the shorlines, very little traffic.

We hit this lake a few times a year. Next time we are going to try deeper structure and hopefully have better luck.

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11/2/12 @ 9:43 AM
StoutSlaya
StoutSlaya
USER since 5/25/06
Have fished this area for quite some time but never hit this lake. It's been awhile since anyone's posted anything so I'm just fishing for some general info on it. Thinking about trying it out for ice fishing this year to see what it's all about.

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10/30/08 @ 8:27 PM
BugleTrout
BugleTrout
USER since 9/27/01
Anyone have any good ice fishing stories/tips for this body of water? Looks pretty.

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9/5/07 @ 11:58 AM
Quantum Guy
Quantum Guy
USER since 6/19/01
Hi Guys, Heading up to Hasbrook tomorrow night, any updates ??? Walleyes biting ? water level? Smallies ??? Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

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3/21/07 @ 8:31 PM
Cromulent
Cromulent
USER since 6/12/06
this lake has a great perch base also, nothing huge, but respectable. the small mouth are nice in the summer, is it just me or do you never see any one else out there?

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3/21/07 @ 8:41 AM
BigMike.walleye
BigMike.walleye
USER since 2/4/07
Is this the hasbrook lake outside of lake tomahawk,with the house on the island off the boat landing. if it is this is a pretty good lake for icefishing, walleyes for the most part are small but willing to bite with an occasional 20 incher, but the smallie action in the summer working the wood is world class. Caught a couple fish over 21.5 inches and 5#lbs. crawfish colored cranks bouncing off the timber worked great but be advised you will lose your share of baits, or try tubes if your against donating cranks to the timber.

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3/9/07 @ 9:28 AM
Blugoat
Blugoat
USER since 5/11/06

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