I may have left my kayak cart at the little parking area off of Nokomis Drive by the Bradley Dam on the evening of Saturday, 9/11/21. It is a black wilderness systems one that is fairly large and bulky. If you saw it or happened to grab it please message me or give me a text/call (715) 370-6032. Reward offered, thank you!
heading to Nokomis in a few weeks wondering if there is a fishable Muskie population here? or should I leave the Muskie gear home and target walleyes? Thanks for any info in advance
26° - 30° F
26° - 30° F
Fished Breezy Bay from 2:00 pm to 8:30 pm. 4-5 fow. 2”-3” of powder on top of ice. 1 flag 1 northern caught. Hammer handle. 6 tip ups between us. Beautiful day and evening. Highlight of the day, seeing an eagle eating alongside of road on the ground. Man what a huge bird.
Any insight on a good spot for panfish?
Wyreguy, www.fishing hotspots.com
there is a detailed contour map of nokomis on the “ I boat marine charts and gps” app. I googled lake Nokomis and was able to view the map.. I believe the app is free..
Since messenger no longer works. I will try this way. Try going to
dnr.wi.gov/lakes/maps/ Best I can think of.
Does anybody have a contour map of Nokomis that is on the east side of Hwy L but before the railroad bridge kind of by the Thirsty Giraffe? The DNR map is from 1974 and I was wondering if anybody had a better one since Navionics does not have this mapped. Usually, we fish other side but we rented a cabin over here for our family trip this winter and won't be fishing our usual spots. If anybody has a tip to get the kids on fish it would be greatly appreciated.
ill be fishing honeymoon bay for pike and walleyes, any tips?