Lac LaBelle, Waukesha County

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5/19/18 @ 12:46 PM
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MKE_Brewer
MKE_Brewer
USER since 5/29/16

MOON PHASE (23%)
Waxing Crescent

CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny

AIR TEMP
71° - 75° F

WATER TEMP
61° - 65° F

Fished from 9-3 yesterday. Walleyes were biting close to the launch. Got about 8 on jig/worm or minnow. Caught a couple of monster crappie on the NW side of the lake. Found a school of white/yellow bass but they weren't very active. Only caught a few that I kept for dinner. 

Very nice day to be on the water. Except for the very windy front that came through about 1 p.m. and caused quite the chop on the lake - tossed me around pretty good!

Lac LaBelle, Waukesha County Photo
Lac LaBelle, Waukesha County Photo
Lac LaBelle, Waukesha County Photo
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5/8/18 @ 9:55 AM
LacLaLarry
LacLaLarry
MEMBER since 3/27/13

Was out Sunday, water temp was 66. There were boats on the water every night last weekend bowfishing.  Unfortunately someone dumped carp on th e ground near the dumpster.  I have not seen too many in the shallows yet during the day, but there are plenty of carp in the lake.  Come on over!

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5/8/18 @ 9:10 AM
serious fisherman
serious fisherman
USER since 6/28/08

Has anybody been out lately? Curious if water temp and if anybody has been seeing any carp shallow yet. Haven’t been on this lake in a couple years and would like to try Bowfishing it again. Thanks for any info. 

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4/30/18 @ 2:33 PM
Robbollio
Robbollio
USER since 10/17/04

Paddletails and cranks banging bottom. You could slay all day. Walleye and bass. Or just troll on the breaks. I can promise you a fish even if its slow.

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4/30/18 @ 1:22 PM
jessejdog
jessejdog
USER since 5/4/15
Heading out on Saturday, opening day. Any tips for any species would be greatly appreciated! I know fishing has been sluggish, so any tips would be great!

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4/26/18 @ 7:05 PM
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MKE_Brewer
MKE_Brewer
USER since 5/29/16

MOON PHASE (88%)
Waxing Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny

AIR TEMP
61° - 65° F

WATER TEMP
51° - 55° F

Got the boat on the water for the first time this season today. Also tried out my new fish finder for the first time. The fishing was a complete dud! Hit up Lac Labelle from 10-1 looking for yellow bass or crappie. Didn't see any of either. Water temperature was between 49-52 all over the lake - even in the shallow outlet to the river. Saw two walleyes in the shallows near the bridge but that was it. Fished minnows on crappie jigs and threw Gulp just for kicks. Tried all over the south side by the launch, then over by the bridge/dam and then the river outlet. Nada.


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4/19/18 @ 11:43 AM
Carpio
Carpio
USER since 11/5/17

Tichigan was like that4-5 yrs ago. Not any more! Now the whitebass are coming back. Did welll last year 3 or 4 times in the narrows between the lake and the river. Big ones too. 12-16+”.  Strange that there aren’t any small ones. They must have migrated from below the dam and haven’t had enough time to get re- established.   CARPIO 

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4/19/18 @ 11:11 AM
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Hardwater Freaks
Hardwater Freaks
USER since 1/21/16

MOON PHASE (16%)
Waxing Crescent
Weekend- I get them frequently trolling for big panfish with small #4 and #5 flicker shads (yes huge gills and crappies perch etc hit them) when I fish for them summer time suspended. Always find them randomly in hugeeeeee schools in the far north basin ranging 18-25FOW. Late afternoon you can sometimes find them feeding at the surface on small pods of Minnows splashing everywhere in which case I cast a bare hook with 1” gulp minnow and small split shot and pound them! 

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4/19/18 @ 11:01 AM
wkendAngler
wkendAngler
USER since 2/20/18

Thank you bass abductor for the tips!  I look forward to an outing with non-stop action of yellow bass.  Tight Lines!

-wkendAngler

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4/18/18 @ 1:48 PM
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bass abductor
bass abductor
USER since 9/13/03

MOON PHASE (9%)
Waxing Crescent

When you find a school it is very possible to catch 2 on same hook, they are very aggressive when schooled up, many times you will have them chase your offering all the way to boat.


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