Coming up next weekend to fish the chain. Anyone have a water temp? Thanks in advance
56° - 60° F
61° - 65° F
Just got back from a week's stay on this chain. Trolling secondary breaks produced 2 muskies. Casting a rattle bait in the river produced the other muskie. The shallow water bite was non-existent.
Yep. You can boat the whole way. Watch the narrows between Moen and Second and the area just below third (bridge). Its marked pretty good with bouys. stay in the middle of the river on the way down to fourth.
Does anyone know if I can travel by boat from Moen , all the way to Fourth and Fifth Lakes? Is the Pelican River deep enough all the way??
How's fishing been on Moen or the other lakes attached to it? Whats everyone catching? Gonna be up here next week. Thanks!
For an easy presentation cast Johnson Silver Minnows or any other type of weedless spoon up into the cane beds. It's visual fishing that is easy for newcommers. Pick up the Fishing Hot Spots map for this chain. It will give you a good starting point.
I like the Moen Chain. Try shallow and if you’re not getting anything move shallower! Seriously, have had my best luck on the Moen Chain in shallow water. I remember my wife and boys catching pike off the pier using large fatheads. Hope you and your boy have a great time.
I am coming to a cabin on Moen Lake this weekend. My Canada trip was cancelled because of the border extending it's closure. I scrambled to find some place to go and settled on Moen Lake.
The Canada "crew" didn't want to fish upper WI so I am bringing my son who does not fish. He said he would go to keep my company. I plan to teach him how to use a bait caster, would LOVE to see him catch his first Pike or Musky.
We plan to fish for anything that wants to play along. From panfish for eating to CPR Bass, Pike, and Musky.
Is anyone will to give me any insight on the current fishing on the lake?
I'd be grateful...
Have a family vacation in june (hopefully) here. What can we expect to catch? Anybody been out here this spring?