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Long Lake T37NR07ES10, Oneida County

Long Lake T37NR07ES10, Oneida County
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6/1/19 @ 11:38 AM
FISHING REPORT
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DB1985
User since 1/21/19

Quick update from over Memorial Day.

The water is as high as I have seen it and as high as some old-timers have seen in the last 50 years...Vast majority of permanent piers are submerged.

Fishing was almost non-existent over the weekend with the water levels so high and the water temp still below 60 degrees. Guessing most fish are still suspended which in a lake with this fast-dropping depth makes them hard to find.

Gonna be an interesting summer as I'm not sure where the weed line will end up. There is some new wood in the lake, but it remains to be seen when the fish will move in.

1/21/19 @ 9:40 PM
DB1985
User since 1/21/19

No posts here in a long while...not too surprising. What I can tell you is not much has changed. Plenty of catchable walleye and bass every year all in the 10"-14" inch range. Plenty of bluegills, pumpkinseeds and especially rock bass, for the kids. Every few years you get a good run of keeper panfish. Perch, when you can find them, tend to run small.

About 17 years ago (2002) the DNR experimented with stocking trout, but they didn't take (likely due to the lake's infertile water) despite a vast majority of the lake being deeper than 20'. Many publications will list rainbows as being present here, but they are long gone.

There's possible remnant populations of smallies, crappie and northerns, as they have all been caught in the past. A few bullheads here and there. And every once in awhile, a good ol' esox shows up to remind you that his kind are still lingering in Long Lake's crystal clear waters.

Most fishing these days is done related to the weeds and downed trees along the shore and the L-shaped rock bar crossing the middle of the lake. Many cribs installed 20 or so years ago were hot spots for a long time, but most have begun to deteriorate and aren't holding gamefish like they used to. In high water years, the "Loon Bay" on the south end can be very productive, but please avoid during nesting season.

Happy fishing!

5/10/07 @ 12:07 PM
PRYZ
User since 7/31/02
Need a report.

12/19/06 @ 12:12 PM
FINN POINT
User since 3/1/04
Fished this lake once in 2004, very clear water, fished for bass, not much luck though, marked some fish in deeper water, etc. Cannot really find much info on this lake, either? Did see a couple people fishing for panfish. I think we caught 2 bass in 3 hours both under 14".

8/2/05 @ 12:59 PM
PRYZ
User since 7/31/02
anyone fishing this lake?

8/23/04 @ 2:48 PM
PRYZ
User since 7/31/02
Was up over the weekend, and got a lot of walleye. Only problem is not one of them was legal. Was catching them on almost every cast, but all were in the 12"-14" range. Anyone else ever fish this lake?

7/31/04 @ 8:18 AM
MontanaFlyGuy
User since 7/22/03
I just fished muskellunge lake, right about Long lake (i believe). My relatives have a cabin on Muskellunge. I fished it hard all weekend and came to the conclusion that there are decent numbers of eyes, but most are cigars. Caught 10 eyes, not one over 14". I was thinking about trying long lake out too, but didn't get the chance. How is the other fishing in the lake, any smallmouth, decent panfish, LMB? I didn't catch anything with any size on Musk. Just a bunch of 8 inch smallies and runty gills and some rock bass. Kind of disappointing, but I know there are some big skis in there that is for sure. Don't have a fly rod capable of handling them or the big flies required, I am in the process of building it now so I'll have to finish it before I can find out.

7/30/04 @ 4:38 PM
PRYZ
User since 7/31/02
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7/28/04 @ 9:09 AM
PRYZ
User since 7/31/02
This is the Long Lake near Harshaw, on E. Horsehead Lake Rd. Just wondering if anyone who fishes this lake goes on here. This year has been a tough year for the walleye's. I'm getting a lot of them, but they are the stocked ones in the 12"-14" range. The biggest catch this year was only 20". Last year was a lot better. Wondering if the Musky are eating them all. Was up there 2 weeks ago and while pulling in a small walleye, a 40"er inhaled it. Snapped the line instantly, then mocked me by sitting in front of the boat for at least a minute with it in his mouth before swallowing it. Anyone else having any luck out there. It would be neat if we could get a few posts for this lake on here.

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