Kentuck Lake, Forest County

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7/19/17 @ 10:17 AM
FISHING REPORT
Esox Kid
Esox Kid
USER since 6/25/01

MOON PHASE (19%)
Waning Crescent

Can anyone report how the algae is this year. Did it occur again? Thanks.

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3/23/16 @ 9:09 AM
jps3131
jps3131
USER since 5/3/06
Ice conditions out on kentuck?

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10/5/15 @ 5:29 PM
Gimper
Gimper
USER since 11/27/01
WalleyeMan12,

That depends on what type of experience you are looking for. The lake ice fishes like a typical northern WI lake, with average sized panfish and limited winter walleye fishing. The lake has an above average popularity so it sees a good amount of traffic. It isn't unheard of to be fishing and have someone set up on top of you and even drill holes in your set.

All this just as an FYI.

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10/5/15 @ 3:32 PM
WalleyeMan12
WalleyeMan12
USER since 4/4/12
I understand it's still very early but what is this lake like during the winter...any better for ice fishing or not even worth the trip?

Thanks in advance

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8/25/15 @ 11:39 AM
Nivek
Nivek
USER since 2/10/15
I fished there a week a go and spent an hour scrubbing the algae from the boat trailer and boat. I have never experienced any type of 'algae' as I did on that lake. Curious what the DNR thinks about it and if it's something that is 'toxic' and should not be transported to another lake.......

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8/25/15 @ 11:17 AM
FISHING REPORT
Esox Kid
Esox Kid
USER since 6/25/01

MOON PHASE (79%)
Waxing Gibbous
Fished this lake this late summer. Looking for mostly bass/musky. Hard to get a bite. This lake has a terrible problem with blue/green algae. The can be toxic type. It's posted at the launch . I don't know when I have ever fished a lake so thick with it. Also hay bales of floating milfoil. Algae was there last summer, this summer it was out of control . Keep your dog out of the water.

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8/3/15 @ 2:01 PM
WalleyeMan12
WalleyeMan12
USER since 4/4/12
Anybody try fishing Kentuck this year?

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4/8/15 @ 6:04 AM
brookie1957
brookie1957
MEMBER since 5/25/07
Been driving around the area working and what I can tell you about ice is it is changing each day. The farther you get north the less shoreline is showing and some lakes are tight. Went past north twin and somene drove out with a four wheeler off the west side landing . Went down to South Twin and there was open water 4 to 5 feet out. Eagle River chain is opening fast as channel areas are opening up fast. Some smaller lakes have open shoreline along the north shores. With warmer weather coming this weekend it could be ice today gone tomorrow.

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4/7/15 @ 7:00 PM
1oldcanoe
1oldcanoe
USER since 7/24/11
Bay tech, Not sure I agree with Gimper.... A guy went through the ice last weekend on Squirrel Lake, Minocqua. Edges on most lakes are questionable.

Check this.... http://www.lake-link.com/Wisconsin-Fishing-Reports/report.cfm/4476/Vilas-County-Lakes-Vilas-County/

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4/7/15 @ 5:47 PM
Gimper
Gimper
USER since 11/27/01
After the rain we get on thursday I think that will be it for safe ice in the Oneida/Vilas county area.

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