Lake Puckaway, Green Lake County

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TODAY @ 2:52 PM
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stillworking
stillworking
MEMBER since 7/31/10

MOON PHASE (20%)
Waxing Crescent

Fished the first two hundred yards of the river this morning. Really tough casting with all the weeds. Got 28"pike, 11"crappie, small white bass-blue gill and two bass 15"&12". Went home by eight.

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9/23/17 @ 8:38 AM
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stillworking
stillworking
MEMBER since 7/31/10

MOON PHASE (13%)
Waxing Crescent

CONDITIONS
Sunny

Got on the fiver at six and fished till nine thirty. Three big pike(biggest about 10 to 12 lbs) fifteen large mouth (biggest 18 inches) four Crappies. Bass were all nice size, must of had the net out eight times. Never got to cattle barge.

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9/22/17 @ 4:03 PM
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stillworking
stillworking
MEMBER since 7/31/10

MOON PHASE (7%)
Waxing Crescent

Hit the river this morning, went as far as the old dam. Five northern (one small) pretty decent size plus three bite off's. One each-crappie, bluegill and rockbass. Eighteen and a half inch large mouth and two little ones. About three hours on the water. All fish still swimming.

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9/22/17 @ 3:15 PM
Hollie
Hollie
USER since 5/5/06

Gander dander:

You might be right if the pelicans and Cormorants do not clean them out.

Edited on 9/22/17 9:15 PM
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9/22/17 @ 7:34 AM
Gander Dander
Gander Dander
USER since 4/15/09

North Man,

Just thought you'd like to know that I caught an awful lot of Perch this year. In the river and out on the lake. Especially on the lake while I was trolling. I carefully released the Perch, size was 3 to 6in, to go and grow up. In a fair assesement, barring a catostrophic event with the lake, I would say that in 2 to 3 years, there will be some really nice Perch to be had! :)

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9/22/17 @ 6:38 AM
Edge
Edge
MEMBER since 2/28/07

My buddy was at good old days Sunday and told me there was a nice Lund  about 200 yards  off the landing in the lake. He was beached and  he couldn't get it out into deeper water.  

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9/21/17 @ 3:10 PM
stillworking
stillworking
MEMBER since 7/31/10

Got here at noon today and rain gauge showed one and a quarter inch fell. Should help. I'll see tomorrow morning if boat can get to deeper water. Three small bass and a gill off my pier.

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9/21/17 @ 12:39 PM
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North Man
North Man
USER since 3/7/04

MOON PHASE (3%)
Waxing Crescent

drago10, there seems to be a great population of L.M. bass too. Have caught a ton of them 6"-8" this year. Of course, they are still swimming. Lots of small cat in the range of 8'-10' too. Catching many more gills too. Not so much perch though this year. 

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9/21/17 @ 10:20 AM
Poison
Poison
USER since 3/2/10

I copied that text off the lake Puckaway Facebook page. They do a good job of putting out information on there. 

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9/21/17 @ 9:05 AM
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drago10
drago10
USER since 8/10/09

MOON PHASE (3%)
Waxing Crescent

Poison,

Thanks for the update.   Did not see anything on the Lake Association website as informative as your report.   Glad to hear the inspection is done and the gates are now closed.  

One good thing about the low water is that Puckaway will freeze quickly once we get cold temps.   Water was warmer this weekend than it was in late August.  

we had a great hatch of young fish.   The weeds around the south south are holding hundreds of thousand of small gills, some small bass, and perch.    Good sign of things to come in the upcoming years.  

Fishing right now is a mixed bag.   About everything can be caught.   Have had fun catching catfish in the evenings casting small spoons in knee deep water on the sand.   Catfish are averaging around 20 inches per fish so a good tussel on med light tackle. 


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