Was out Sunday 6-10. Boat traffic shut down the bite. 19 bass. Nothing huge, a lot of fun. All on artificials on the weed edge.
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76° - 80° F
76° - 80° F
Above 80° F
Back on this lake for the first time since April. What a zoo. But still managed 33 bass and a walleye fishing from 7-1. Nothing big but fun to have a pull at the end of the rod.
71° - 75° F
Got a nice size Pike here around 6PM 2 weeks ago. Tried a ton of lures but finally just cracked a beer and threw a rubber worm and bobber on for fun and got lucky. About 26" to 30"
55-56 in the back bay yesterday
Was out yesterday. 51-53 on the main lake. Bays had cooled down as well. Did pretty well on bass and northern. A couple walleyes also.
Anyone know what the water temps are?
last i checked a couple weeks back was 48ish.
36° - 40° F
Fished a few days ago for the first time. Fished the river coming in, and the pier at the park (don't know which, a friend brought us there.)
Caught dink perch in the river, saw dead crappie an larger perch at both spots, in fairly large numbers. I've never seen that before. Is this something that happens on Little Muskego every year? Heard of winter kill in the past.
Thanks for any advice.
The fish are still there got to search for them!
Draw down did not affect the fish. Sizes and and numbers of fish are still around.
I did better last year than 2018.
Nothing has changed with the fishing or the size of the fish. Speaking only on game fish (LM Bass, Pike, Walleye) this lake still produces and big fish. Ice fishing (what we had anyway) was outstanding and plenty of numbers. All still swimming.
Fishing has been tougher since drop down a year ago. heading out tomorrow and will report.