Lake Wissota, Chippewa County

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1/19/18 @ 6:55 PM
crpymstr13
crpymstr13
USER since 12/8/17
thanks for the info  pimplyswede yes there are some people like that but im not part of that group. there is a 9 year old 6 year old and 4 year old that wanna go all the time but after 20 minutes of no fish biting get bored really fast and turn into little hellians until something starts biting                                                                                                                                                                          

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1/19/18 @ 12:47 PM
PimplySwede
PimplySwede
USER since 1/6/09

Just the cynic in me, but I wonder what percentage of these guys looking for a spot "for my kid/father/niece/grandma/dentist/war veteran/buddy who lives in a desert/etc, who's never caught a fish before and wouldn't think of keeping any" is actually just a guy who wants to know where the fish are biting so he can go fill a bucket.

I'm guessing it's 50-60%.

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1/19/18 @ 12:03 PM
Stanley88
Stanley88
USER since 1/20/17

If you live near Stanley chapman Park normally has good action. Nothing big but consistent bite. Park at the beach area walk straight out about 50yds. If you have a fish finder drill holes until you find a depth of 10ft and you should catch fish all day. 

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1/19/18 @ 11:40 AM
Stayinhome
Stayinhome
USER since 7/7/14

You might be able to get enough bite action over off Sand Bar.  I've had some luck there, but never any size to what I got.  Perch and gills.

You'll have to walk down the hill cuz you can't drive under that bridge (you'll go through).  I'd give um some business if you park in their lot.

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1/19/18 @ 8:13 AM
jfloyd
jfloyd
USER since 1/10/18

I hear the bite is pretty good on Miller dam, nice gills and crappies both,  I wouldn' recommend wissota to keep the kids entertained either

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1/19/18 @ 7:27 AM
GL10
GL10
USER since 1/16/08

Otter Lake has a contest and the bite has been relatively good!!  

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1/19/18 @ 7:16 AM
Michaelo
Michaelo
USER since 12/24/09

Yeah I'd probably go some where else if you're looking for good action for kids. Not sure how far you're will to drive but Potato lake is good action lake and with some sorting you can get a good meal out of it.

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1/18/18 @ 8:53 PM
Chippman
Chippman
USER since 5/5/06

Not sure I'd pick Wissota for kids have not fished it this year but it's not a numbers lake or fast action at least in the winter. Maybe it's just me.but that said if you can find them and get fish to bite they can be large.


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1/18/18 @ 7:31 PM
crpymstr13
crpymstr13
USER since 12/8/17

thinking of heading too wissota this weekend. i have never fished it before and was wondering if anybody could give me any tips on where too get a few kids on some panfish. any tips would be appreciated. thanks in advance

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1/17/18 @ 11:30 PM
Nobitezone
Nobitezone
USER since 2/18/17

I drove on the little lake yesterday ice was around 17"

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