Tuscobia Lake, Barron County

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1/11/18 @ 4:13 PM
Muskyjo1
Muskyjo1
USER since 4/23/15

Tuscobia has always been a pay/park/private access where you go down the big hill. If your looking for a always good action bite and limit of eater's of Gills in the barely pushing 7" range, Tuscobia is the place. Kids can slide if they get bored unless the land owner doesn't allow it. Crappies don't get much bigger. Some big pike I seen caught back in the day. Use to be Springs out in the middle, so use caution when treading unless open areas are visible. Years ago I knew a person that said he had gained access on the west side. 

Stump I believe has public access and much like Tuscobia being that there connected. Friends fished it a few weeks ago and between the two of them caught over 200 Gills, keeping a limit of what they said legit 8" Gills. They also caught a lot of Largemouth Bass, some pretty nice one's.

Rice Lake itself is good as one member mentioned and most places you can drive on. 

Interesting to hear Cranberry Creek mentioned!!! Been wanting to try that again for years. Whew!! Use to get some Monster Crappies, not a lot, but big. Not far from me, might have to go towards last ice.

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1/10/18 @ 11:47 PM
Ba$$Buddha
Ba$$Buddha
USER since 1/21/16

Thanks for the info and advice. I appreciate it. 

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1/10/18 @ 10:19 PM
Yellow River Rat
Yellow River Rat
USER since 5/29/14

Skip Tuscobia and take the kids to Rice Lake (right in town) instead. Jig and waxie in 17 FOW. Cant keep the little gills off your hook.

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1/10/18 @ 4:15 PM
utahman
utahman
USER since 3/9/03

 May be that the access that is 3$ is not on Tuscobia but on Stump Lake which does connect to Tuscobia. That access is at 20 1/2 street and 23rd ave on the east side close to Lynndale golf course.It is a really steep climb down and up.  If you are close to that area a great place for kids is what is called the slough, or Cranberry creek flowage just south of Rice lake Take SS south of red cedar mall to 15th ave and go west. Lots of perch and blue gills access is right off the road, its not that big and plenty of area to explore if you dont find fish keep moving around. if you go north on it go up around the corner.Northerns crappie bluegill bass. There is actually  a report thread called Cranberry Creek on lake-link, if you would be interested in that place. I was there only once and did well. I have never fished Stump, though, there are people out there all the time.

Edited on 1/10/18 4:30 PM
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1/10/18 @ 2:29 PM
Ba$$Buddha
Ba$$Buddha
USER since 1/21/16

Not a report - Could anyone tell me where the best access point is for this lake? Looking to take the kids fishing and heard there is good small panfish action on this lake that should entertain them.Someone told me there may be a local land owner that charges $3 to access the lake from his property. Anyone know where this guy is located? I'm not too familiar with this area. I'd be happy to post a report if I can figure out how to access the lake.

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12/12/16 @ 8:26 PM
Blackhawk54
Blackhawk54
USER since 6/17/12

Does anyone know how much ice is on the lake if any?

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12/27/15 @ 3:27 PM
Blackhawk54
Blackhawk54
USER since 6/17/12
Does anyone know if there is any type of ice on the lake? Enough to walk on?

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3/10/15 @ 3:18 PM
Blackhawk54
Blackhawk54
USER since 6/17/12
How deep is the ice on this lake? I'm thinking about going out there Thursday and was wondering how thick the ice is with this warm weather. Thanks.

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1/9/15 @ 3:49 PM
FISHING REPORT
riverpro
riverpro
USER since 1/3/13

MOON PHASE (82%)
Waning Gibbous
Anyone been out up here? Safe Ice?

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3/30/14 @ 7:16 PM
FISHING REPORT
bergsh
bergsh
USER since 6/24/11

CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny

ICE DEPTH
29 inches

AIR TEMP
56° - 60° F
Went out with my family. Had a blast catching fish constantly for the 3 hours we were there. Typical Tuscobia gills, but watching a 3 year old reel them in was fun.

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