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Two Sisters, Oneida County

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4/30/19 @ 10:52 AM
Few and Far Between
User since 7/5/01

Came up to open the cottage this past weekend and swung by the landing.  Ice is still covering the whole big lake at least, probably the small lake too.  Our little bay started to open up, but not enough to put the dock out.  At least most of the snow is all gone.


Few and Far Between

6/24/18 @ 8:36 PM
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Farcast2
MEMBER since 8/28/09

Walleyes again proved elusive despite fishing primarily with minnows, leeches and night crawlers, but the smallmouth were active over the weekend. Beautiful weather with very little wind kept me on the lake. Buddy and I had pretty consistent action using jigs, slip bobbers and floating jigheads. Would start a drift in 20' and move back out once we hit 10'. Most were 14-17", but did get one 18'. Caught fish pretty much every spot we tried.

2/16/17 @ 3:05 PM
flametamer
User since 7/5/11

Would anyone be willing to provide some information on the ice conditions?  Going to try to get out here on the 18th with some friends.  Thanks!

10/4/16 @ 11:47 AM
crappies ya
User since 1/15/12
Canoe, I put my 16'6" SeaNymph in last week with no issues. keep the motor tilted up for 50 ft. Caught no large mouth, but plenty of small mouth. And of course, no walleyes!

10/3/16 @ 9:38 PM
Onlyhaveacanoe
User since 6/1/16

Thanks bassbill.

10/3/16 @ 8:53 PM
bassbill
User since 6/16/06

Canoe, there's a good number of lmb in the west end of lake, fish weedy bays, points, and fallen wood with wacky worms or weedless bass jigs. If you're looking for bigger bass it wouldn't be my first choice, never caught one over 16", lots of 12"-14"ers. There are some bigger smallies over 20" on the main lake though. Good luck out there.

10/3/16 @ 7:25 PM
Onlyhaveacanoe
User since 6/1/16

Any decent LMB in this lake?

10/3/16 @ 6:35 PM
bassbill
User since 6/16/06

Roller trailer will get you in but it's shallow 50 ft out. I always take my hip waders to walk the boat off and get it out to navigable water. It's all sand but if your hull gets beached you're going to have to get out anyway to pull it off.

10/3/16 @ 2:48 PM
burroak
burroak
User since 6/26/01

Just wondering about the shape of the boat ramp.  Can I get a 17' Tracker in there?  I know it is quite shallow.

6/24/16 @ 10:15 AM
Few and Far Between
User since 7/5/01

Thanks for help. 

Are there any lakes around that might provide better options for the panfish/bullheads.  I've been out the Rainbow and a few others, but the Rainbow is so big to figure out on limited time. 

Anyway, thanks again for the input and if anyone has anything else, I appreciate it.


Few

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