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Three Lakes Chain, Oneida County

Three Lakes Chain, Oneida County
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6/16/21 @ 10:37 PM
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steelie24
steelie24
USER SINCE 3/10/11

Out on Big tonight trolling with the family. Worked 9-12’ with salmo hornets 75’ back at 1.9-2.4 mph. The perch were on fire. Lots of doubles. Size topped out around 10”. It was a gas. 

Went back out solo after dropping them at the dock. Switched the baits to shad dancers and flicker shads. Same depth and speed but ran them 25’ behind. Perch, walleye and one crappie on the shad dancer one small musky and a tiny pike on the flicker shad. Water temps were high 70’s up to 80.6 where the wind had been blowing into all day. A few mayfly were emerging as I was coming off the lake.

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6/16/21 @ 5:29 AM
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Partly Sunny
WATER TEMP
76° - 80° F
AIR TEMP
71° - 75° F
Regjoe
USER SINCE 2/7/06

Up this last weekend and it was slow for us. Very few walleyes only kept one.  May fly hatch didn’t help.  Jigs crawlers leeches and minnows and it was tough for us.  Trolled a bit also and didn’t produce.  Water was as high as 80f.  Fished at all hours and it was tough. We fished six lakes and all depths.  Hopefully be back up in a few weeks and it will be better.  Weather was nice not so much fishing wise.

6/15/21 @ 8:47 PM
fishnfreek77
USER SINCE 3/19/18

Coming up this weekend to fish planting ground for the first time. I usually fish the willow but decided to try somewhere new. Looking to target smallies. Anybody wanna give me a starting point? TIA

6/14/21 @ 10:13 PM
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steelie24
steelie24
USER SINCE 3/10/11

Several outings over the last couple of weeks with varying results. 

Targeted musky 3 times. 1st morning out had 6 different fish up, only one that took a legitimate swipe at the bait. The others were right on the bait but wouldn’t follow into the figure 8. All fish mid 30’s to maybe 40”, all on glide baits. Nothing the other two times out. 

Took the kids out trolling a few evenings with only one good evening. #5 flicker shad, 1.8-2.4 mph, baits 25-50 ft. back. Several walleye up to 15”, several crappie up to 13” and a bunch of smaller perch. 

Water temps were just under 80 but should be cooling off with this cold front here now. Also, there was a mayfly hatch over the weekend.

6/5/21 @ 12:30 PM
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Jlbltd
USER SINCE 6/20/12

I have only gone by boat into Little Tomahawk. There is some public land on the west side of D. Stop at a local bar and ask.

6/5/21 @ 11:55 AM
coosabass2011
coosabass2011
USER SINCE 12/22/08

Thanks for the ideas!  I've fished Day Lake before so it's on my list.  I don't see any public access for Little Tomahawk on any of the maps, is there anything other than boating in from a bigger lake? Thx.

6/4/21 @ 10:01 PM
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steelie24
steelie24
USER SINCE 3/10/11

Out on Big for an hour or so with the wife tonight. Water temps just under 70. Trolled the 12’ contour with #5 flicker shads. 2.1-2.3 mph, 30’ back. Picked up a few walleye, nothing of size though. Real nice evening to be out on the lake!

6/4/21 @ 7:36 PM
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Jlbltd
USER SINCE 6/20/12

Forgot to add Day Lake, 1/2 hr north of Minocqua off 51. No motor. Great bass fishing both LM and SM. Also lots of bluegills. Walk-in and boat in campsites. Quite secluded. 

6/4/21 @ 5:27 PM
Danthepikeman
USER SINCE 7/2/10

Coosabass - For a great list of kayak friendly lakes go here:

https://www.minocqua.org/things-to-do/water-sports/canoeing-and-kayaking/

6/4/21 @ 1:33 PM
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Jlbltd
USER SINCE 6/20/12

Try Little Tomahawk with your kayak.

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