Fished 8/19. Trolled the rock pile and area west of the pile. It was hot and calm. Water temps 85. Caught 4 small eyes, some sheep, 2 nice crappie, some small wb and yellow bass. Hoping the eyes start biting. Fish wanted smaller baits today #4 hornet #5 flicker shads
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Above 80° F
81° - 88° F
Fished Tuesday for the first time out here. Dead calm, warm and humid, and bugs everywhere. We ended up with 1 walleye and it was worth the wait. Trolling flickers and my buddy's nephew was able to reel in his first ever walleye. A nice 22 incher. He also got to experience catch and release. Was very slow but was so worth it to watch him reel in the outside board with this nice girl on the end of it.
Fished hard on Sunday. Ended up with three 9 inch bluegills. Again the 2 inch white bass were every ware and the amount of bugs in the water makes me wonder how I even caught a fish. Different spots had some nasty blue-green algae. You might not want to take your dog with as the more I read the more I`m scared to take my gsp with. T-2-T
If you lost a Johnson motor cover look at the launch at Gibbs Lake.
A little new to trolling and want to try Koshkonong because it is a much closer ride than Bago or GB. Where is best place to launch if I'm coming from east of Fort? What types of cranks work best? Any information much appreciated. I will share how I do and if we get anything to work.
Everyone talks about the great catfishing here at Lake Koshkonong. I am driving there today. I don't have a boat anymore, and can someone help us out as to where to fish on piers or land and catch some fish??
Thanks for the information..i'll let you know how we do
btsbds, check your messenger....I sent you exactly where the rock pile is about a week ago
It's not a rock pile and you'd never see it on a topo map of the lake...kind of a locals' misnomer.
Trolled river mouth by Lakeview bar 3-6pm. Landed 4 walleye and missed another 4. Only color getting action was purple.