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2/26/16 @ 8:23 AM
6/15/14 @ 8:48 PM
6/15/14 @ 7:28 PM
Can anyone give me a water level report on Lake Nokomis? I was looing at a cabin up there but I know that water levels have fluctuated wildly in years past. I would hat to rent a place on the lake and have the pier sitting on dry ground Thanks for any help
5/25/14 @ 2:28 PM
I know its a shot in the dark but on Saturday i was at the Jersey city flowage dam and my buddy forgot his 7'2 Musky mojo rod along with an Abu Garcia 6600 blue and gold color and we went back a half hour later and it was gone. If anyone knows any information or happened to pick it up it would be greatly appreciated if you pm me. Thanks
5/11/14 @ 5:13 PM
2/6/14 @ 1:09 PM
Sorry not a report. My buddy has a cabin on Bridge with is connected to Nakomis. Going up the weekend of 2/22. Anyone have any advice on where to set up with tip-ups on Nakomis or a neighboring lake for Northern ? I live in Green Bay don't know where to start
12/23/13 @ 11:47 AM
Went out on Nokomis Saturday morning set up tip ups with medium golden shiners and where surprised the big walleyes were feeding all day. Got several large keeper walleyes 20 plus and inches lost several nice ones because are hole was only 7 inches. Get out there you guys there feeding now! Good luck and tight lines everybody.
Edited on 12/23/13 11:48 AM
12/8/13 @ 8:09 PM
6/7/10 @ 8:39 PM
I've been fishing this lake for 10 years and skipped last year. Coming up the 25th of june and worried about getting the boat in(20ft Ranger). Any further ramp conditions would be appretiated. Hopefully I'll be able to leave a fishing report. Thanks for any info!!!!
6/4/10 @ 8:17 PM
Late report from Memorial Weekend. Did OK with walleyes. Caught a lot of smaller ones, so its a good sign for the future. Also go some nice northerns and perch. Had a fish fry at the cottage and brought some fish home. It was very sunny, so our best luck was at dusk.
Water is low. I used the bradley boat landing; I've got a smaller boat. The N landing did look a little better for bigger boats, but need to be careful and respect others.