Teal Lake, Sawyer County

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6/17/18 @ 9:46 PM
FISHING REPORT
Rainbowdarter
Rainbowdarter
USER since 6/20/14

MOON PHASE (21%)
Waxing Crescent

CONDITIONS
Sunny

AIR TEMP
76° - 80° F

WATER TEMP
66° - 70° F

Was up late June 9th for a little walleye fishing to start 5 day trip with group, caught 1 short and a few crappies, fished 8 - 10pm. Our group of 7 had no problem catching our limit of crappies, the fish were still with spawn 2 - 5 feet of water, mainly on mini mites, any color, or twister tails. I managed to catch large and small mouth on live bait. Lost the biggest bass ever, last year caught a smallie just under 20", this fish hit at dusk, came out of water on two occassions and dwarfed last years fish. Our goup did get walleyes, 7 legals, and about 10 shorts from 8-10pm at night. Three boats fishing, and no muskies raised, only one was the fish that smoked my 4 inch bluegill. Was nice to see a variety of sizes of walleye, crappie average size was better again. PM me if you would like more.

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6/29/17 @ 7:18 AM
trackker87
trackker87
USER since 6/29/17

Hey Everyone,


My wife and I are going up to Lost land lake/teal lake at the end of august.

Hows the Bass fishing on this two lakes? Mostly interested in bass and panfish. Just looking to have a long relaxing/fun weekend. And would like to keep the wife entertained on the water. 

Is there alot of bass in these lakes? Even if they are small im ok with that as they all get put back "CPR" anyway. 


Thanks for any input!!!

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6/25/17 @ 6:29 PM
mr_chem
mr_chem
USER since 6/16/07

Everyone typically launches at lost land Lake.

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6/25/17 @ 6:10 PM
Sam Swiderski
Sam Swiderski
USER since 5/26/16

Is there a resort on the lake that has a landing open to the public or do most people just use the Lost Land landing?

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6/20/17 @ 3:25 PM
phishphreak
phishphreak
USER since 6/4/13

I was there in May. Just about everything was biting, especially bass on Lost Land. For Walleye, stick to Teal. May be a little late, but try just off the shallows between the two big islands (I forget the names).

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6/4/17 @ 10:46 AM
Fonzie
Fonzie
USER since 1/4/09

I will be on Teal Lake June 10th thru the 17th.

I could use a few tips on how to approach Teal and Lost Land Lake.

I'm a multi-species guy. Any tips are welcome.

PM if you prefer.



-Thanks

Edited on 6/5/17 1:39 PM
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1/18/17 @ 10:10 PM
BRG21
BRG21
USER since 12/21/14

Thinking of heading up here for the day on Saturday with my kiddo and bro. Never fished Lost Land, Teal, or Ghost. Just looking for conditions for the three, what we can expect in terms of driveability, and maybe some advice as to where to start as we would primarily be targeting a pike bite, but possibly some panniers and maybe some eyes later in the day. Thanks in advance!

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8/25/15 @ 12:02 PM
FISHING REPORT
Jim Stroede
Jim Stroede Guide Service
USER since 1/8/15

MOON PHASE (79%)
Waxing Gibbous
It was cold fishing this morning, but we managed a good fish on a topwater. 65 degree water temps.

Edited on 8/25/15 12:03 PM
Teal Lake, Sawyer County Photo
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7/28/15 @ 10:32 AM
LGS
LGS
USER since 4/17/13
Bait a hook

I'd make sure to be out there right at sunrise or right at dusk (wherever you had follows). Topwaters have been good for the sundown window. Bulldawgs or bucktails in the morning. Good luck out there!

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7/28/15 @ 8:47 AM
BAIT A HOOK
BAIT A HOOK
USER since 5/22/12
So I come up to Hayward every summer to musky fish. This is my first time on teal lake. The past couple days we have hit this lake hard and only have a couple follows to show for it. Does anybody have any recommendations to what we need to do? We have been finding weed edges on the east side of the lake throwing everything from bucktail and bulldawgs to top raiders

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