I just had a question guys I'm coming up in September and I'm renting a boat from Lakeside going to be fishing the Flambeau chain is navigating these Lakes through the channels and under the bridges hard is it really shallow do I need to worry about anything thanks for the feedback really appreciate it
Vilas County Lakes, Vilas County
Fished with a father and son yesterday Tim and Dewey. The fish were biting and mother nature gave us a beautiful day. Wanted to thank Todd Gessner for his help last week. There is nine good people that came up to fish the Willow and walleyes were tough down there. Hell i didn't get a keeper that week before Nine good people going home having a great time fishing thanks again Todd. And thanks Tim and Dewey for a great day. http://www.minocquafishingguides.com/
MOON PHASE (32%)
My brother and I are coming to St. Germain for a few days of fishing, Sept. 12 -14, Wednesday to Friday. Looking to catch our first Musky, does not need to be a trophy, just want to catch one. Strictly catch, photo, release. Can anybody recommend a good lake to start on? Not looking for specific spots just want to know we are at least trying the right lakes? Will being staying on Little St. Germain but are willing to move around.
Thanks for help, feel free to PM me.
71° - 75° F
71° - 75° F
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Working the deeper water was best for us. A simple jig and minnow was good, although a couple of fish were on a jig and crawler.
All fish were hard hitting. 2 also were caught while trolling but your bait had to be close to the bottom.
As always, stay positive, think clearly, do not listen to negative talk and do not listen to negative people.
MOON PHASE (65%)
Out on the Manitowish Chain today. It was a total zoo on Clear ( holiday weekend, but I didn’t think it would be that bad). It felt like I was on Pewaukee Lake with the traffic. Water clarity was pretty dirty with all the recent runoff. Caught some gills shallow on kalins scrubs, but nothing exciting. Tried casting cranks on the weed lines without success. Hopefully with the cool nights, action will pick up. Colors on the trees haven’t really started yet with all the rain lately. Special shout out to the group of ladies from south of the border that respectfully parked across the handi-capped parking space and the lone single vehicle space at the Clear Lake boat landing so they could launch their 3 kayaks. Note: none of the 3 were handicapped . Tight lines