Went out over weekend caught a bunch of strippers 1 nice walleye and a couple cats was wondering if someone has any better ideas on how to target the channel cats I was just using night crawlers on bottom, any areas on the lake better or do they like suckers better any help appreciated.
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PUBLIC NOTICE Enbridge will be conducting a training exercise on June 11. S Shore Drive Training area E South Shore Road W South Shore Road Public Boat ramp will remain open Enbridge is conducting an emergency response pipeline exercise on Thursday, June 11 on Swan Lake, just west of Pardeeville, Wisconsin. The training exercise requires the use of a portion of Swan Lake located on the eastern side just out from the Portage Boat Club and the public launch site on South Shore Drive. The equipment deployment training will be on the lake for two hours from 1pm to 3pm. The public boat landing will remain open with full access to the public, with markers identifying the location of the training area. Personnel from Enbridge and support contractors will be working together using equipment and techniques designed to enhance our safety program. 6/20 For two hours, from 1pm to 3pm on Thursday, June 11, crews will be training on this portion of Swan Lake. Please avoid this area of the lake during the training. — Please watch for increased traffic and avoid the training areas on the lake for your safety and the safety of personnel in training in the area. Enbridge is committed to the safety of those who live, work and play near our pipelines. This exercise helps us gain expertise and gives us a chance to use our equipment to enhance our safety program. v1-855-869-8261
Fished last Friday...water was a tic under 60 deg. Found perch and lots of them...couple stripers and a few cats mixed in.....cats all had worms of some sort?
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Black Buffalo fish are up racing around in shallows. Most down 2-4ft. Couple pods of the whales pushing to surface. Soo, those who want a shot, now is the time. Like today, tomorrow and Thur. Usually a 3 day deal then, gone. Water very clear, easy targets. See millions of w bass & y bass, sheeps, quillbacks, not many common carp or gills yet. Nothing will bite a worm this morning, too busy with prespawning chasing.
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Miles of looking in the clear water with poloroids. In lake along weeds and droppoffs and down river. Didn't see a fish. Some bass guarding nests in few fow been watching for cpl weeks. Wayyyy late but, finally cracked the 70deg surface temp so, expect gills on beds nxt few days.
Water temp was 53 yesterday, got a few northern.
No grade road on swan. Are you thinking of lake wisconsin??
Crappies at grade road yet?
Me and my buddy went out a few days ago the water temp was 46 at the highest, the bite was good in the morning ( we cranked deep 24-30ft casting into 6 feet of water) I caught to bass for the whole day (12 hours of fishing) but both where pretty (big 18 plus). Also, the water was really low like maybe down a foot or 2 than normal.