Little Lake Butte Des Morts, Winnebago County

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7/20/17 @ 3:18 PM
HowieFeltersnatch
HowieFeltersnatch
USER since 5/12/17

There are no blue catfish in WI. Those are mostly male channel cats in spawning phase color that people think are blues. 

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7/20/17 @ 2:09 AM
hmgtech
hmgtech
MEMBER since 7/27/09

Caught a blue in Oconto river over a decade ago... was probably 40lbs or so.. got it close enough to touch it and line snapped. They are rare to catch. 

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7/4/17 @ 9:39 AM
FISHING REPORT
Walleyed01
Walleyed01
USER since 7/4/17

MOON PHASE (83%)
Waxing Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Sunny

AIR TEMP
66° - 70° F

WATER TEMP
71° - 75° F

New to the area so thanks for all the posts! Out trolling this morning and found some walleye. Purple flicker shade in 12' FOW. Didn't take any pics but will be sure to next time. Both were 15". Have a great Fourth.

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6/12/17 @ 8:58 AM
Robbollio
Robbollio
USER since 10/17/04

Shorelines, bridge pilings, off shore rocks are good. Drag tubes, jigs, or my favorite a split shot rig with the current. Or burn the bottom with cranks.

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6/12/17 @ 8:07 AM
Jsiebert69
Jsiebert69
USER since 5/13/15

Does anyone ever target bass on this lake? If so any general areas to focus my efforts? Tried a few weeks ago around the shoreline with no luck. Pm me if youd like. Tight lines all.

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6/12/17 @ 8:07 AM
Jsiebert69
Jsiebert69
USER since 5/13/15

Does anyone ever target bass on this lake? If so any general areas to focus my efforts? Tried a few weeks ago around the shoreline with no luck. Pm me if youd like. Tight like all.

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6/3/17 @ 4:05 PM
WisconsinHunter/Fisher
WisconsinHunter/Fisher
USER since 10/9/12

Sometimes the Dnr clip there fins for Dna samples and what not so maybe that's were he's mistaking it for a blue. But it's definetly a channel cat.

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6/3/17 @ 1:48 PM
meatpuppets
meatpuppets
USER since 1/7/09

If you truly did catch a blue cat,which you didn't, it would be a state record. Look it up. 

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6/3/17 @ 1:28 PM
Capt Rick
Capt Rick
USER since 5/27/11

I agree with bc. the older a channel cat gets, they lose there spots. Hmmm think on this one, if a fawn white tail loses its spots do we give a name of being a mule deer or a black tail?

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6/3/17 @ 12:57 PM
black cap
black cap
USER since 3/1/12

Take the next one you catch to the DNR. They'd love to see a fish that can't survive in Wisconsin waters living in Wisconsin waters. Spots or not that's still a channel. 

Edited on 6/3/17 1:00 PM
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