Giant panfish lakes in Wisconsin
Mud lake , Bass lake . Long lake . Silver lake. Eagle Lake
ALL have giants.
example - I fished three new lakes a total of 6 times this year before I finally found a pattern on big gills. So that is 5 trips that were worthless or about 200+ holes.
I Agee totally with the previous comments by the legendary Cds. I don't think most people have any idea about the wealth of info on this site alone. I have done hrs of research on LL and found lakes with huge panfish just by doing that. I won't be telling anyone what lakes they are, but you can do the same things I did. Disclaimer: unless there is a pic with a ruler, the fish are usually an inch less than reported. So I factor that into my research. The other thing that Chris mentioned, is that you gotta keep moving. In open water , I never stop moving unless I'm catching gills over 8 inch and perch 9 inch. I typically cover a huge area to catch 3 to 6 gills 9 to 11 inch in a day. Ice fishing, I'm drilling 60 to 80 holes a day, but it's harder, most days all the gills are under 9 inches. Usually, if the first half dozen fish I catch are under 7 inch, I move to another hole even tho they are still biting
For anyone looking for abundant and giant pannies go to Mud Lake. Awesome experience, 10 inch bluegill, 13 inch crappies and 20 inch bass.
Thanks to this site there are too many naive people that actually think we care what you catch. However, we'll fish your spots when you are dummy and post them. Oh the old days were so much better when the lazy people would just stay home and the people that actually know how to fish go out and fish. GIANT panfish lakes don't exist in wisconsin. Giant to me is 9.5-10.5 inch gills, you'll be hard pressed to find a lake in WI that you'll see many 10's on a regular basis. MN, Iowa, ND, SD is a different story. They have giants all over. wisconsin fish is the same as it's hunting. Over harvest.
As for lakes with giant panfish in them...