Necedah Lake(above dam), Juneau County

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1/17/18 @ 7:33 PM
Hothead
Hothead
USER since 10/9/05
Any panfish? A good place for kids?

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1/17/18 @ 6:28 PM
prop-buster
prop-buster
USER since 6/14/05

Warden said the same thing....it was meant to simplify but actually caused more confusion...told me he was going to call the fish biologist AGAIN to change that in the regs....actually he was a really nice guy to talk to...told him you think you have problems...I have to admit I was wrong...

hope you guys have good luck there...be safe...

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1/17/18 @ 5:44 PM
krausen77
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USER since 10/15/09

Not sure why our regulations are more confusing than they need to be?

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1/17/18 @ 10:51 AM
bueller
bueller
USER since 1/4/03
Now if I could just find some time to get out there and fish all would be good. I really wish they wouldn't have removed all that wood from the southeast corner when water levels were lowered for the dam to be rebuilt. Yes it created snag issues but it held gamefish and the bait the gamefish feeds on.

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1/17/18 @ 10:20 AM
prop-buster
prop-buster
USER since 6/14/05

just got off the phone with the Juneau County Warden....and you fellers are RIGHT...the slot is in for the entire Yellow River system....same with Lemonweir River....walleye etc. is open all year....but the slot is in effect......

he said he has been trying to get that wording out of the regulations for a few years because all it does in confuse everyone....

in all fairness to ME I was half wrong...the question center lady told me I was right then bounced me over to the warden for confirmation LOL

Edited on 1/17/18 10:24 AM
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1/17/18 @ 9:49 AM
bueller
bueller
USER since 1/4/03

The walleye slot limit on the Yellow River runs from the Hwy 54 dam in Dexterville all the way south until the Yellow meets the Wisconsin.

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1/17/18 @ 9:34 AM
prop-buster
prop-buster
USER since 6/14/05

Page 38, last paragraph in the 2017-18 fishing regulations...

Yellow River (including all soughs, bayous, and flowages upstream to the "first"dam or highway bridge) > Only walleye and sauger from 15" but less than 20" may be kept, except one may be over 28".

so I guess I respectably disagree....would be a good question for the call line/warden tho.... 

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1/16/18 @ 7:11 PM
krausen77
krausen77
USER since 10/15/09

Not true.  Necedah Lake has the same regulations for Walleye as the other lakes in the area.  

"The minimum length is 15", but walleye, sauger, and hybrids from 20" to 28" may not be kept, and only 1 fish over 28" is allowed. The daily bag limit is 5." (per DNR website)

https://cida.usgs.gov/wdnr_regs/apex/f?p=288:20:0::NO::P20_WBIC:1354300

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1/16/18 @ 7:03 PM
prop-buster
prop-buster
USER since 6/14/05

you're on the roll trapman69....there are no slot walleye "above" the Necedah Dam..could have kept that one if you chose to......good luck....

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1/16/18 @ 9:18 AM
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trapman69
trapman69
USER since 1/10/18

MOON PHASE
New Moon

CONDITIONS
Sunny

ICE DEPTH
13 inches

AIR TEMP
6° - 10° F

WATER TEMP
Below 40° F

I am out pretty consistently these last few weeks, have caught 13 pike ranging from 15-34, and 1 slot eye 24.5, I normally am right in parking lot off of hwy 21, stop by and say hi (F150)

Necedah Lake(above dam), Juneau County Photo
Necedah Lake(above dam), Juneau County Photo
Necedah Lake(above dam), Juneau County Photo
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