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Delta-Dummond Area, Bayfield County

Delta-Dummond Area, Bayfield County
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7/18/20 @ 2:39 PM
griffdog2488
User since 5/20/09

Hey, 

We are coming up and staying on Namakagon Friday. We have never fished the lake before. We are staying on the north end near the campground. Any helpful hints would be great.  Any one have luck on smaller lakes near namekagon? Thinking of hitting one before we put in for the week. Thanks in advance. 

1/16/20 @ 6:58 AM
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MOON PHASE (59%)
Waning Gibbous
delta1
User since 1/16/12

Ice conditions are good up here. Machines should be good to take out most lakes. The slush is all frozen now. Make sure to always check though.

12/31/19 @ 4:26 PM
Chris2fur
Chris2fur
User since 3/4/06

Looking for ice conditions report.  Safe ice out there?  Looking to ice fish for first time in 2020.

7/11/19 @ 2:34 PM
Gillchaser 2017
User since 6/8/17

Thanks for  the report. I will be on another lake in that area 7/20/2019 

7/10/19 @ 1:54 PM
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Waxing Gibbous
Chris2fur
Chris2fur
User since 3/4/06

Fishing has been consistent.  Bass in the weeds with weightless Texas rigs made for some awesome catch and release fun during the week of the 4th.  Panfish are abundant and hungry.  Bluegill in 8-10FOW and crappie in 12-15FOW.  Everything is coming on plastics.  No need for live bait.

So many little pike on every lake I go to.  Such a nuisance.  Keep em and pickle em.

12/15/17 @ 7:31 AM
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Waning Crescent
delta1
User since 1/16/12

hey lets get some reports going here in the area.

i haven't been out yet but i am seeing tents pop up around in area lakes now. there should be plenty of ice just about everywhere at least for walking. it is good to check as you go though. the wind kept some areas open for quite a while but with the cold they are closing over well.

8/10/15 @ 10:04 PM
gobbler
MEMBER since 6/30/01
Any new info area lakes heading up thursday

7/16/15 @ 12:10 PM
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Waxing Crescent
Chris2fur
Chris2fur
User since 3/4/06
Fished for crappie on Friday and did okay. If you want to have some fun, take a kid crappie fishing on Lake Delta. Have them cast white or yellow Beetle Spins with a slow retrieve in 12'-15' of water on shores that have extensive weeds.

I caught 60-70 fish to be able to keep 8 for a meal for my wife and I. The ones I kept were 9-10". Cookie cutter size I tossed back were 6".

You'll catch quite a few little pike doing this as well.

You'll only be able to keep up with one rod each so don't bother doing what I did and use slip bobbers. I couldn't keep up with two rods which points out the fact I would've done just as well with a slip bobber and crappie minnow.

Also, Texas rigged Senkos in 6'-10' of water will catch you some nice bass and pike.

Have fun! Chris

3/30/15 @ 8:02 PM
1dcell69
User since 4/25/14
Has anyone been on the pike chain ice fidhing lately? Was wondering how conditions were.

3/30/15 @ 1:19 PM
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Waxing Gibbous
dimer10
dimer10
User since 4/29/11
We were on a couple bayfield county lakes over the weekend and was surprised how little ice was left. The two we fished were ok yet, but 90% of the lakes we looked at were in rough shape with some open water, perch lake being one of them. I imagine it will be hard to get on anywhere by this weekend.

The two lakes we fished had anywhere from 6-14" of ice, but the bottom few inches was very honeycombed and the top inch was pretty soft as your auger would bury right through with ease. Conditions were perfect for covering lots of water and drilling lots of holes. Gills and crappies were on a rip, took home a one man limit both fri and saturday, but didn't find anything big. Gills 7-8.5" and crappies 10-11". Everything was caught using B-Y Baits plastics on tungsten jigs, even a few nice bass and northern caught by accident were quickly released. Looked like most fish had vacated the main basin in search of shallower, warmer water. We found a lot of gills and crappies in 6-8' of water.

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