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Two Axe Lake, Sawyer County

Two Axe Lake, Sawyer County
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1/19/19 @ 12:54 AM
Bluegil buster
User since 1/18/19

Two axe froze out about 4 years ago.   It will be a while before I fish this lake again

1/18/19 @ 5:44 PM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (91%)
Waxing Gibbous
ICE DEPTH
13 inches
shattuk
User since 12/21/03

A group of us fished all day for pike.  Not one flag.  Plus all the shiners were dead on the line.  Hope o2 levels aren’t getting to low.

8/5/13 @ 10:39 AM
badgerman27
User since 5/21/06
Does anyone fish this lake any longer?

When I was in my teens, and staying in the area to fish for a week or two, we always took at least one day to fish this little gem. At that time, it was a fish nearly every cast body of water.

Lots of mosquitos, and kind of a pain to walk /carry your boat or canoe in there, but the action was sure worth it.

12/10/06 @ 10:14 PM
jigerman
User since 2/15/06
fished from 9am till 5pm. 3 guys had about 20 flags, 7 fish. biggest was 23. we lost one that was around the upper 20's. he came to the hole 3 times, but kept taking off be4 we could gaf him. caught some gills(i dont think we caught any over 4 inches long). ice was 3-6 inches

12/8/06 @ 10:42 PM
jigerman
User since 2/15/06
thanks for the info. the fellow im going with wants to hit two axe becuase of the action we get in the summer. we usually have the best luck in the backwaters. we caught mostly bass on the main part of the lake. we are headed up sunday. hopefully they are hungry. how much snow is up there?? thanks much

12/7/06 @ 8:09 PM
shattuk
User since 12/21/03
Heres a pic of a Walleye my son Caught while fishing for northerns at LCO.

12/7/06 @ 8:05 PM
shattuk
User since 12/21/03
I think the water level is still very low. We ice fished it last year and did very poorly for northerns, Usually we have great action on the lake. If you're looking for Northerns i would drive the extra 30 miles to Musky Bay on Lac Courte Oreilles. We had non stop action and each got our limit. However non were very big. But big fun! If you need info just send a message.

12/7/06 @ 8:43 AM
jigerman
User since 2/15/06
i've never tried for panfish. i haven't ice fished it before. in the summer we just throw spinners for northern or bass. we noticed the water level was pretty low last time we were there. hopefully they are bitting. we might be going up sunday now, but not 100% sure yet. any other spots to try if they aren't biting on two axe. we have some buddies who have a place on barker lake. have no idea how that is or how it freezes. thanks alot buddy

12/7/06 @ 7:31 AM
frenchbrit
User since 7/24/01
Jigerman- I'm also headed up this weekend. I probably don't have time to do allot of fishing but my cabin is about 10 miles from this lake. If your there I may take a walk in and see how your doing if hats OK. I would like to fish this lake this winter but really don't know it very well. I usually just fish for panfish...any luck with those on two-ax?

12/6/06 @ 10:04 PM
jigerman
User since 2/15/06
driving up saturday.. its about a 2.5-3 hour drive. just wonderin if anyones been out.. How thick is the ice or any action. haven't been there since late summer. had limited action then. thanks jiggerman

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