Whitewater Lake (Bass, Kettle), Walworth County

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7/12/18 @ 9:49 PM
spoonplugger2
spoonplugger2
USER since 1/23/09

Daruoho, we used 25# and 30# braid with 50# test leaders.  Trolling.  Two club members were up there today, 11:30 to 6:30; 96 pike.  Weather conditions have been near perfect the last few days, i.e. stable.  True there was no great size to 'em, but still a lot of fun.  We don't net, by the way, bring the fish into the boat and remove the lure with long nose pliers and go.  Takes about 30 seconds instead of messing with a net.

Bass Abductor, Buck probably is smiling up in Heaven; probably at the skeptics.  You need to break out those spoonplugs and learn to use 'em.  You need to watch some of the videos of guys at Lake St Claire catching 100 small mouth a day.  Check out Youtube for spoonplugger videos.  Take a look at the Spoonplugger forum http://spoonplug.net/phpBB3/  

Edited on 7/12/18 10:07 PM
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7/12/18 @ 1:41 PM
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BIGSACK
BIGSACK
USER since 7/30/12

MOON PHASE
New Moon

CONDITIONS
Sunny

AIR TEMP
86° - 90° F

WATER TEMP
76° - 80° F

Wow i have to get back to this lake 30 bass day 4 and 5 lbs 90 pike a day LOL more like 30 undersized bass a day and small pike 

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7/12/18 @ 7:18 AM
knottestad
knottestad
USER since 5/19/13

Non-sense!  I did the math...ifyou were both seeing triple vision that would mean one actual fish per 6 caught.  That would mean you still caught 30 fish, and I am not buying that either.  But if you actually did-you carry the record!

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7/12/18 @ 4:43 AM
Daruoho
Daruoho
USER since 1/12/06

That is awesome. There is really no way to describe how fast you can cover water with spoonplugs!

Do you guys use No-Bo or wire? All my rigs have AFW 30 lb. surfstrand...


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7/12/18 @ 1:31 AM
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bass abductor
bass abductor
USER since 9/13/03

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Buck Perry is smiling up in Heaven after that report.  I have a ton of spoonplugs just too stubborn to use them, one of these days.


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7/11/18 @ 7:23 PM
spoonplugger2
spoonplugger2
USER since 1/23/09

Yes, all pike.  Two of us fishing.  Not thinking about any record.  Just having fun.

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7/11/18 @ 6:37 PM
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Blkhwkbob
Blkhwkbob
USER since 5/27/09

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Well I'm sure that is a Whitewater record. All pike?

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7/11/18 @ 9:21 AM
spoonplugger2
spoonplugger2
USER since 1/23/09

Blkhwkbob, 91 plus what we lost at the boat.

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7/11/18 @ 12:58 AM
Blkhwkbob
Blkhwkbob
USER since 5/27/09

90 fish?

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7/10/18 @ 6:26 PM
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spoonplugger2
spoonplugger2
USER since 1/23/09

MOON PHASE (9%)
Waning Crescent

Two of us on the water yesterday, Monday, July 9, 2018, at 9:00 am and caught first pike at 9:05.  We had 23 by 10:00, 42 by 11:00, 50 by 1:00, Anchored to have lunch and caught a few casting blade bates.  Just a few stragglers until about 3:00 when it picked up again.  We decided to quit about 5:00 pm or 90 fish; wound up the day with 91 just before 5:00; not counting those we lost right at the boat or on the way in.  Ranged in size from hammer handle up to 30"; 16' to 22' on spoonplugs.  Hooks removed while fish still in the water, except the one that measured 30".   All fish released. We had a good day.

Edited on 7/10/18 6:28 PM
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