Thanks for all the information guys. Ill be up there a week so hopefully hit up little and big st germain during my stay.
Labor day cant come soon enough
The launch in west bay is fairly steep but good, and has a loading pier. The Walk to the parking lot is rather long and uphill. It is a free launch. For SMB, stay in the clear waters of west bay, for LMB, the rest of the lake is good. Panfish are abundant but most run small, so lots of sorting for a meal. Some large walleye, I would try Big St. for them
I am planning on going up to this area in a couple months and was wondering if anyone knows what the boat launch fee is if they have one? Also, any general areas I should try or lures I should use for smallmouth, northern or walleye.
It's a little early yet but I thought I'd start seeing if I can get any help. My family will be staying on the lake the 2nd half of June.
I was wondering if anyone would be willing to let me know where we should be looking to get some smallmouth, pan fish (for the little people) and possibly some walleyes.
If the best bet is to go to a different lake let me know what lakes I should look at.
Please PM me with any helpful information.
Bringing the girlfriend up here in a couple weeks, wondering if anyone can give me a general area to try for some panfish and tip up action, all fish will be released. Feel free to pm me. Not looking for secret spots or somebody's honey hole, just want to put the lady on some fish so she doesn't get bored! Thanks in advance. Would be willing to trade info for the madison chain if necessary
Just wondering if anybody has been ice fishing? Team LP ice fishing team will be up there this weekend. Full cast of Ryan and Brian with special guest Rob will be hitting the lake hard this weekend. If you see them, stop and say hi and have a beverage. Their team uses Otter lodges.
Took awhile to find patterns but everything was in the weeds. Lots of slot walleyes 20-23". All on jigs in the weeds tipped with leeches or crawlers. Caught a ton of largemouth and not one under 14". Crappies were in 6-10 feet in the weeds. Caught tons of fish after we figured them out. We found the best fishing either away from the crowds or just before dark in the busy areas.