Turtle Lake, Walworth County

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7/4/17 @ 2:46 PM
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Hans Ryder
Hans Ryder
USER since 6/5/17

MOON PHASE (83%)
Waxing Gibbous

Ok we fished turtle today from 5:30 till 11.  Far as the fish we did ok on what we targeted.  Bass and panfish were where we expected them to be.  

Edited on 7/6/17 11:00 AM
Turtle Lake, Walworth County Photo
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6/29/17 @ 12:51 PM
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RUSSELL
RUSSELL
USER since 3/4/02

MOON PHASE (37%)
Waxing Crescent

I have caught nice size cats on spinner bates during early evening, north shore.Tossed them back, bullheads at night in the channels fisherman use night crawlers with lighted bobbers.

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6/29/17 @ 10:59 AM
SkiLLz4GiLLz
SkiLLz4GiLLz
USER since 2/4/09

Not sure about catfish numbers but I've seen a few cats while crusing around early spring when water clarity was great. I do know there are plenty of bullheads though which in my opinion are better tasting.

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5/30/17 @ 9:15 AM
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KenoFishing
KenoFishing
USER since 5/24/17

MOON PHASE (31%)
Waxing Crescent

CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny

AIR TEMP
71° - 75° F

Fished Saturday and Sunday. Tried all times of day; morning, afternoon, and a little night fishing. Not much to show besides a few LM bass, perch, and decent size panfish. Fish caught all in weedbeds on south/southeast shoreline. Saw plenty of bass but not much biting. Nice calm lake to fish, and was a beautiful weekend. 



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5/28/17 @ 2:59 PM
mybass555
mybass555
USER since 12/7/16

just lookin for some water temps thanx

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5/26/17 @ 8:13 AM
KenoFishing
KenoFishing
USER since 5/24/17
Will be out here all weekend. Any information on lake? Have not been here before and any information helps. Thanks!

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5/7/17 @ 9:19 AM
Ice Junky
Ice Junky
USER since 8/21/09

Looking to fish here for first time for pan fish with my kid - we cpr everything - any tips would be great. Thanks Sully

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5/1/17 @ 9:15 PM
DFisher
DFisher
USER since 4/1/15

Hey Jeff I just saw this now but if your talking the main launch in the channel you should be just fine tie it off to the dock facing east and stay in the channel headed out that way and you'll be fine as long as you can run in as little as 2ft of water!  Otherwise you might consider stopping in at the bar on the eastern shore that launch is plenty deep to get on at and the people at the bar just ask that you be respectful and eat some food and have some drinks to support them! I forgot the name but there really nice people :)


hope that helps!

Dfisher aka "DWS Dave"


Edited on 5/1/17 9:20 PM
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4/23/17 @ 6:13 PM
Btown
Btown
USER since 4/7/10

Consider an inexpensive kayak. I have a cabin with my fishing boat that I keep there. I picked up a kayak to fish southern Wisconsin and I've used it on Geneva, Delavan as well as smaller lakes like Turtle. Lot of fun and safer than many people believe. 

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4/23/17 @ 5:49 PM
jeff.georgalas
jeff.georgalas
USER since 5/5/11

Thanks Btown.  I wish I would have kept my smaller boat.  There's a few lakes that I'd like to fish and can't now.

Edited on 4/24/17 11:52 PM
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