There are currently 9 reviews for Como Lake.
Visited Schroeder 's resort at como lake I was eight years old and loved fishing on the lake caught plenty of bluegill.
- Carl St.clair from Chicago, IL
Ive fished here since I was five and I used to live 1/4 of a mile away from the lake Ive caught 5 lb bass and nice northern. I had a Northern on that was atleast 40 inches and wayed 20 lbs but I lost it because I was using only 10 lb test and it snapped the line. My only complaint is the weeds man
- Eric Drohner from Burlington, Wisconsin
Fishing there is good there and the bass are really good at sunset. Once you get use to the weeds you'll catch a lot of fish. My biggest fish landed was a 5 pound bass but my dad had a 8 pounder. Ice fishing there for pike is awesome.
- steve van from Western Springs, Illinois
I like the color of the water, I like the lilly pads, I'm not happy with all the weeds. I'd like to see more wood in the water in order ot attract fish. I've fished the lake 3 times and was skunked the first 2 outings, dont know what to say. The fish I did catch were all around 13-15 inches and they all came out of skinny water. I know there has to be some big fish in there, can anyone help!
- Mark Saenz from elmwood pk, Illinois
Lake was pretty good. It has lots of weeds and is very shallow. The bass we caught were fat! Yellow spinnerbaits on the south shore was how we caught the largemouths.
- Jeff Buck from Hebron, Wisconsin
Awesome bass lake with some nice northerns as a bonus. Both bass and norhtern better than average sized.
- Brian W from Sheboygan, Wisconsin
This Lake is not very good, lots of dirty fish such as carp, and bullhead.. Very well on panfish during winter. Northern, and walleye is not bites.
- Joe Cardenas from Delavan, Wisconsin
Excellent bass fishing here. Almost like being in a Southern State if you know how to use your John Boat in shallow water with lilly pads. I have never caught bass like this even up North near Minocqua. Have had large Northerns bite but never lucky enough to land one. You MUST know how to fish lilly pads for the bass to be successful. Use 15-20# test line out here. Hope to see ya there.
- Dennis A. from Lake Geneva, Wisconsin
Fished All Day And Not So Much As A Bite Nor Did I Ever Even See Baitfish. But I Will Try Again.
- Steve from Kenosha