Lake Sinnissippi, Dodge County

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3/30/17 @ 7:41 PM
FISHING REPORT
Tiefsa
Tiefsa
USER since 10/25/16

MOON PHASE (9%)
Waxing Crescent

CONDITIONS
Sunny

AIR TEMP
46° - 50° F

WATER TEMP
40° - 45° F

I went out with my kids for three hours yesterday (before all this rain came in).  We caught 10 carp from shore just above the dam.  We were using corn and rigged it up on a bolt rig.  If you want to catch carp, they are for sure right there.


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4/25/16 @ 2:21 PM
The Fishinnut
The Fishinnut
USER since 8/11/10
Buddy and I are looking to get out bow fishing this weekend. I hear this can get pretty muddy at times, is there a more clear part of the lake? Being new to the lake is there a better end to start on? thanks in advanced for the info guys feel free to pm me if you would like.

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4/25/16 @ 12:18 PM
FISHING REPORT
Kayak Fisher
Kayak Fisher
MEMBER since 6/4/08

MOON PHASE (89%)
Waning Gibbous
Lot's of nice sized channel cats in this lake. We usually fish it in September during early Goose season. It's a mix of carp and cats.

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4/23/16 @ 2:02 PM
TTF
TTF
MEMBER since 8/24/15
I appreciate the information. If the kids just want to catch something, we can always launch there and see what happens. I think I will hit Fox or BD to try and get some game fish.

Thanks!

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4/22/16 @ 4:57 PM
madisonshorefishing
madisonshorefishing
USER since 7/10/14
Marginally at best. The northern fishing and walleye fishing is ok at certain points of the river. Just have to find the holes, and a lot of is not accessible from shore, or certain spots may be tricky for a full sized boat. Havent fished the Rock much lately so I cant give you definite answer on whether or not you will catch anything. My advice would be to just wait another two weeks and go to Fox Lake or BD lake. There is also the Crawfish and BD rivers, but not sure on the regs on those rivers right now. Other than that, heading south on the Rock is a safe bet. Otherwise around the Mayville/Hricon/Hustisford area there isnt much action for anything other than carp. The marsh does give up fish in a few spots as well, but you have to know where they are, and I do not. Lol. Sorry. And I believe fishing is closed on the marsh right now anyways. Wish I had better news for ya bud. Good luck if you do get out!

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4/22/16 @ 2:51 PM
TTF
TTF
MEMBER since 8/24/15
I appreciate your response to my post. Is it any better going up river towards Horicon? Thanks!

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4/22/16 @ 1:38 PM
madisonshorefishing
madisonshorefishing
USER since 7/10/14
If you get extremely lucky, you might be able to catch a walleye or a northern, but they are few and far between. Lots of rough fish to be caught though, if you enjoy targeting those fish or have a kid you are just trying to entertain. Otherwise, I wouldnt waste your time. Go downriver.

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4/22/16 @ 1:13 PM
TTF
TTF
MEMBER since 8/24/15
I didn't see any responses to the previous post. Is this lake worth the time? If so, what do most folks catch or target?

Thanks! TTF ("Time to Fish")

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1/13/16 @ 9:41 PM
Crappieslayerz
Crappieslayerz
USER since 11/14/14
Ik this lake is usually bad but I was wondering if anybody ever fishes this dead sea

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12/9/13 @ 1:02 AM
Jimmok
Jimmok
USER since 12/9/13
call me nuts but I have an obsession to get out and find some panfish on this swamp.... who else is dumb enough to waist a day on this lake in mere hopes to locate some fish?? LOL

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