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Nagawicka Lake, Waukesha County

Nagawicka Lake, Waukesha County
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8/31/20 @ 3:14 PM
ShpHd Kng
User since 4/30/02

Theory,

I know of no walleye clubs specific to Nagawicka. I belong to Walleyes Unlimited, here is our website to find out more, https://walleyesunlimitedusa.org/ . I have not heard of a weekly walleye contest around here. There is a weekly bass tournament that they rotate lakes weekly. I think the lakes are Nag, Okauchee, Pewaukee and I believe one other. As the other person stated, Dick Smith's can probably point you in the right direction. Good Luck.

8/31/20 @ 12:48 PM
Farcast2
MEMBER since 8/28/09

I would check with Dick Smith's Live Bait & Tackle https://www.dicksmithslivebait.com/ on the south end of the lake. If there is a league/contests I think it's focused on bass, but they would know.

8/30/20 @ 6:56 PM
Theory
User since 3/21/05

Are there any walleye clubs for the lake or weekly leagues?

8/24/20 @ 8:46 AM
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Little River Band
User since 3/21/20

Thanks! This one is still swimming after my wife kissed it goodbye!  

8/23/20 @ 3:05 PM
Wherearetheeyes
User since 7/15/20

Amazing there was still one in there nice walleye man! Congratulations to your wife!

8/23/20 @ 2:04 PM
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Little River Band
User since 3/21/20

Yes! Still Walleye in Nags! Wife caught the first one of her life!  

8/16/20 @ 9:10 PM
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FishStix4Dinna
User since 6/14/20

Fished from 6 till 11. no action at the island but Went to the kettle with 3 solid hits and 2 fish at the boat but net difficulties and lack of concentration lost upper 20” northerns (captains fault, not skippers)  Had fun with friends and heard the man screaming at the lake saying that he “ is the mother f’ing egg” what ever that means. Entertaining day we will be back!!

8/14/20 @ 2:19 PM
LacLaLarry
MEMBER since 3/27/13

I fish on La Belle since that's the lake I live on.  Walleyes have been tough when the water temps get into the upper 70's+ on a lake where walleyes are pretty plentiful.  Much harder to get walleyes on Nag I would think.  Of course it's catch and release on LLB unles 28"+ (which I have never caught) I agree that almost all the action is within a foot of the bottom.  I use jigs, ned jigs to keep sediment off, Lindy rigs and bottom bouncers, all depending on the amount of wind while I drift. Use leeches until they aren't available, then crawler chunks. I can get them on the weed edges, but that's been slow lately.  Most I've caught lately have been 8-12 FOW.


8/14/20 @ 2:15 PM
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ShpHd Kng
User since 4/30/02

DLP,

That is why they call these the dog days of the summer. Plenty of natural forage for all fish and the warm water pushes many fish deeper. Sounds like you are fishing the right depths and baits, I have been going totally opposite. I have been going for the reaction bite. Snap jigging flukes, rippin raps and shiver minnows. Flukes and shiver minnows have been working the best. Consistency........ ???????? It is the dogdays! Deepest I have found them or will fish for them is 31 feet. Keep in mind, we have an ok population. It was not long ago that we had a poor population of walleye, good to see them coming back. The increase of population is primarily 2 reasons. One guy on the lake has been doing fund raising to plant extended growth walleye increasing the chance of survival and the DNR raising the minimum length to 18 inches from 15. Hope that helps, message me if you have any other questions.

8/14/20 @ 1:39 PM
nemab-man
User since 7/5/11

No great fisherman here but I caught a few walleye. A great walleye fisherman since past once told me- "On these drainage lakes all the magic happens within nine inches of the bottom"

I think he was right, at least during day time. That guy could pull a walleye out his hat practically on demand. 


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