On Monday 7/8, I caught my limit of panfish in about 2 hours. As the other angler mentioned, if you have a small aluminum boat you can get it into the water. I did it by myself, as did a couple of others. The water isn't deep enough to completely submerge the boat trailer, but if your boat is light enough you can slide it off. See attached photos.
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Caught a few on 7/7/2019. The county launch is a bit tricky though. If you have a light aluminum it's alright, but just bring two people and be prepared to get wet.
The launch is essentially the same as the picture below.
Any recent reports?gonna be up to my camper all week and was wondering if worth bringing my boat.. thanks in advance tight lines
Any updates on the water level and if the dock is in at public launch
Clear Lake Levels - Continue to Rise
Lower boat launch level is under water by 12" - 16" leading out to the boat ramp. Very difficult to get a boat off of a trailer. Boat dock is not in place and likely will not be this season.
Extensive sand bagging of campground beach shoreline. Water well out onto most all private shoreline lawns.
Fished 3 hours tight to shorelines. No bites. Water temps in lower 50's
Ice is in surprisingly good shape shoreline is good at public boat launch. Fishing was awful this morning
Can someone let me know how the shorelines are last night
stay away from the parking lot at the public launch,glare ice under the snow..pulled down there mokday not thinking and that was all she wrote,,dragging em out tommorrow
26° - 30° F
Bite was slow on 1/12/19. Managed 10-15 small gills. Saw one old timer with some gills and decent crappies about 15-20 total. We did get one flag, 22” northern.