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Lake Noquebay, Marinette County

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7/26/19 @ 5:07 PM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (34%)
Waning Crescent
CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny
WATER TEMP
66° - 70° F
AIR TEMP
76° - 80° F
Boogie
Boogie
MEMBER since 1/25/02

Fish are on the weed edges but can be tight lipped. Use small worms or nightcrawler chunks.  Find the weed flats in the middle of the lake on the other side of the island.  Water depth of 3-8 feet.  Drop shot or bobbers work well along with some small jigs and plastic.

7/26/19 @ 11:14 AM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (34%)
Waning Crescent
CONDITIONS
Sunny
WATER TEMP
76° - 80° F
AIR TEMP
81° - 88° F
walleyehunter86
User since 1/6/09

Striking out pretty hard here. Cannot find the panfish. Tried shallow, mid, and deep. All different kinds of presentations and bait with no luck. Lots of pleasure activity. Any advice would be helpful.  Thanks.

6/13/19 @ 8:45 AM
little nicky
User since 9/2/15
are the gills still on the beds yet? heading up with grand kids for some fishing. anything on area lakes by Crivitz?

6/10/19 @ 8:39 PM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE
First Quarter
CONDITIONS
Cloudy
WATER TEMP
71° - 75° F
AIR TEMP
66° - 70° F
Yakkin734
User since 5/17/17

Was put yesterday from 9-6. Caught a 6” walleye, 7-8 nice gills and a bunch of small pike. Anyone have any suggestions for Walleye or crappie on this lake? Never targeted crappie before and couldn’t find the walleye using the usual methods. I’m up here for a week on vacation and I’d like to have a fish fry. Thanks in advance! 

6/3/19 @ 8:02 AM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE
New Moon
CONDITIONS
Sunny
WATER TEMP
66° - 70° F
AIR TEMP
81° - 88° F
Enis0492
Enis0492
User since 6/11/15

Was out last Friday. Wore the Bass out. Some are starting to get on beds others are still staging. Hit the water from 6:15-4:30. We probably boated 40 Bass in total. Ranging anywhere from 15” to the biggest being 19.5”. Also had a surprise when I caught a 20” Gar. In all had a great day. 

5/26/19 @ 9:29 AM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE
Last Quarter
CONDITIONS
Sunny
WATER TEMP
56° - 60° F
AIR TEMP
71° - 75° F
SalmonElla
SalmonElla
User since 6/14/04

Tough bite Saturday, 5/25. Tried the regular hot spots and couldn't find crappies or gills biting.............only fished with beaver tail worms. Didn't try any minnows..............the high water levels  must have changed the dynamics as nothing seems to be following the normal spring pattern. 


5/12/19 @ 7:28 PM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (58%)
Waxing Gibbous
CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny
WATER TEMP
51° - 55° F
AIR TEMP
56° - 60° F
Polski
Polski
MEMBER since 5/11/03

Fished yesterday late afternoon for a few hours thinking I might find some crappies. Water temp was from 51 to 54 in the shallows but got skunked. Tried some outside weed edges and that didn't work. Hopefully the warmer temps this next week will get things going.

3/11/19 @ 11:23 AM
DA CHIEF
DA CHIEF
User since 10/6/10

Polski glad u got her off


3/9/19 @ 5:29 PM
Polski
Polski
MEMBER since 5/11/03

So for the last few weeks I've been trying to come up with a plan to get my shack off the ice. Truck and snowmobiles didn't have a chance so I went to plan C.

Got this guys number from Timberline and got it off today. Way more slush under the snow since I was out there last week, but he got it off in an hour. Nice guy and even helped me get it on my trailer. He said after tonight's expected snow and with all the slush he might be done. Tractor weighs 10,000 lbs and he's getting concerned about it breaking through.

3/8/19 @ 8:10 AM
Randy7425
User since 2/3/18

We got our ice shack off yesterday.  Thanks again to our guy who made a removal rig with a car hood and sheet metal rigging under each side.  One snowmobile and a full pull driver, and off the ice.   Anyone with rails, jack them and rig up sheet metal.

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