MENU
Lake-Link Home
LOGIN
LOG IN
CURRENTLY 70°
FAIR
WINDS SOUTH @ 6MPH
HUMIDITY 71%
VISIBILITY 10MI
DEW POINT 60°

Bass Lake, Waupaca County

Bass Lake, Waupaca County
SHARE THIS PAGE
GET MORE LAKE INFO
Kwik Trip Fish Report Store Specials
Kwik Trip @ the lake
$1.49 HOT DOGS & BRATS
CLICK FOR MORE DAILY SPECIALS
DISPLAYING 1 TO 10 OF 16 POSTS
FILTER OPTIONS
1/16/20 @ 7:58 PM
Rippin'Lips
User since 1/22/17

Anyone still fish this lake? Would just like to know if the DNR stocking has been paying off. Thank you, Tight Lines-- Rippin'

6/12/16 @ 4:38 PM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE
First Quarter
tstoeger
Troy Stoeger
User since 4/2/02

Looking for a change of scenery, went and tried Bass Lake today. I don't think I was ever here. Lots of small largemouths in the shallows. I caught one in maybe 22 feet of water, also played with what was clearly a trout out real deep for probably 10 minutes with a dropshot. up and down, he followed as the kayak drifted, just wouldnt commit. I did get to play with the new fish finder though, that was the main reason I was out there today. Found a rock pile in 34' of water that looked promising but I didnt mark any fish on it or have anything show interest while fishing it. Nintendo fishing is fun! 

Troy Stoeger Guide Service
(920) 277-5578
1/8/16 @ 10:20 PM
Medicfishersp
Medicfishersp
User since 8/15/07
Anyone been out here lately? How is the ice? Any trout left?

1/8/11 @ 10:21 PM
FISHING REPORT
ICE DEPTH
9 inches
CONDITIONS
Sunny
AIR TEMP
11° - 15° F
Bearfan Gary
Bearfan Gary
User since 7/3/08
3 guys - 4 hours = 1 trout. Had a few messing around but not much. Hot sticks, herring in mustard sauce, yum Tounge Out

BFG

1/8/11 @ 8:33 AM
FISHING REPORT
ICE DEPTH
7 inches
CONDITIONS
Cloudy
AIR TEMP
11° - 15° F
Bearfan Gary
Bearfan Gary
User since 7/3/08
Just bought a h-bird Ice-45 and wanted to try it out on Friday. Heading south from Waupaca; Shadow had a mess of people, moved on to Gooseneck, but there were a halk-dozen people there too. Surpising with the temps and wind. Nobody on Bass, so I thought I'd give it a try. Fished from 6' out to 20', just jigging grubs off the bottom. Marked fish higher up. Messed with them and ended up catching 3 trout with one break-off. All caught were smaller and released, still fun on a cold day. I was happy with the performance of the flasher, but I've got a lot to learn yet. BFG

5/12/09 @ 12:18 PM
joy4ron
User since 5/12/09
I posted a nearly identical question on the Spencer Lake page.

My family just bought a place up by Bass Lake and Spencer Lake, and I am hoping to get some info for my boy. I'm a casual fisherman. I'm not too serious about it, but my eight year old loves to get out.

When we fish the river near our house, the whole town knows he caught a fish. I'd love to get him out on one of the little lakes there and see him go wild. I know of Bailey, Gooseneck, McLean, McAllistar, Spencer, and Bass Lakes. I would appreciate any info on any of these lakes.

It would be cool to see him hook into a big Bass or Trout... I think the whole county would hear about it Big Smile

7/30/04 @ 12:15 AM
tip-up21
User since 1/7/04
anybody out here lately? please send a message or a report out

1/7/04 @ 10:19 PM
tip-up21
User since 1/7/04
i just stayed away from sopts with really clear ice went in up to my knee but it was fine just b carefull their bitin on real small minows n wax worms/grubs whatever u wana call em

1/7/04 @ 9:11 PM
marsh rat
User since 12/4/03
I have fished this lake before. It is alright for gills and bass. Really deep for being such a small lake. Then again it is part of the chain. Never really ice fished it. Is there any way to get out here without falling through a spring. That thing is loaded with springs. Marsh Rat

1/7/04 @ 8:57 PM
JigMaster
User since 1/5/04
Yea i thought bass lake was right by spencer lake. But i could be wrong. I always thought it was called Bass Lake. At least thats wat people have been telling me it was that if i am wrong please let me know.

DISPLAYING 1 TO 10 OF 16 POSTS
Advertise here
Advertise here
Please take a moment to visit our sponsors. Without them we would not be here.