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Deerskin River, Vilas County

Deerskin River, Vilas County
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6/12/19 @ 9:47 PM
catamount
User since 4/21/05

Any Lake Link members live on the Deerskin.  My place is just downstream of the Rangeline Rd. “Tube” 

1/24/18 @ 11:49 PM
Fishlaw007
User since 12/30/14

I take it you fished Deerskin Lake?  Not the river?

1/24/18 @ 9:46 PM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE
First Quarter
ICE DEPTH
24 inches
CONDITIONS
Night Time
AIR TEMP
16° - 20° F
Trev91284
MEMBER since 6/22/17

Had a slow day but, caught a 15inch walleye between 4:00pm and 4:45pm. Using a Rattlin' Rapala don't know what pole or line I was using. Through about 2 to 2 1/2 feet of ice. Water depth was at about 9ft. let line drop to bottom and reeled in 3 times jigged for 5 or 6 tugs and then felt the walleye snag my line. Was on the south side of lake just south of island.    

10/18/14 @ 1:14 PM
muskymaina920
User since 1/5/13
anyone know of any good trout fishing spots that a guy can actually cast on thiis river. is the dam up by long lake a good spot to try? any info would be awesome or pm if u want to

8/21/12 @ 10:31 AM
trout17
User since 6/5/11
Anybody catching any trout lately?

7/15/11 @ 11:47 AM
JaJo
User since 6/12/11
I was up there over the 4th weekend and got a chance to take my boat down the river. I did some fishing from shore and caught some perch and a few bluegills. Should be fun when the chain is busy and I need a quiet place to catch some fish and drink some beer.

7/15/11 @ 7:27 AM
finridge
User since 2/22/05
JaJo, You are one lucky one to have land on the Deer Skin. I have a friend with 200 acres upriver about a mile from your new place and I have fished it several time. The lower river below the old dam they remove about 5 years ago holds some nice notherns and muskies. I caught a 38 inch muskie about where you discribe your new digs to be. A canoe is ideal for this. Above the old dam area is trout water but the locations I have fished really demand a panther martin spinner since it is full of tag alders and brush. Great fun though. Just don't jerk real hard when you wrap the spinner around a branch above the likely looking hole. That technique got me a trip to the Eagle River hospital with a treble hook in my neck right at the juggler. finridge

7/14/11 @ 4:23 PM
trout17
User since 6/5/11
i have fished the deerskin river a couple of times. only caught brookies but there r browns in it. im might fish it this weekend so i will post again saying my catch. i usually fly fish it

6/27/11 @ 9:25 AM
JaJo
User since 6/12/11
Does anybody fish on deerskin river? I just purchased some land on deerskin river about 200 yards from the mouth where it enters Scattering Rice Lake. I have been told there are trout, some species of bass(nobody is sure which), as well as bowfin in this river. I don't really fly fish, but bowfin and bass would be awesome. I have never caught a bowfin, and have always wanted to.

Can anybody give me any details?

1/9/10 @ 8:09 PM
musky maddness
User since 3/9/08
I dont really pm people on here i am not a member

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