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Wisconsin River Below Petenwell Dam, Juneau County

Wisconsin River Below Petenwell Dam, Juneau County
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8/17/19 @ 9:52 PM
shorebird
shorebird
User since 2/11/04

Hello everyone....here is a video of some good catfish action from July.  If you like the video please go to YouTube to like and subscribe.

Cheers and Tight Lines!



7/3/19 @ 12:07 PM
prop-buster
prop-buster
User since 6/14/05

you make a valid point sh...glad you were able to fix whatever problem you had...

s'pose one can cast the rip rap along the dike, from the west side (by the island) all the way over to the buoy line going N/S...jig that area...or if it too green there head north...thousand places to try...good luck dodging the crowd ;)

7/3/19 @ 11:37 AM
hunter 4 life
User since 1/5/09

Ive never fished here in summer before, only the spring walleye run below the dam. I'll be up for the next 4 days and looking to hide from them circus on the main lake and catch some fish. Would love to catch some whitebass, never caught one from the boat. I also like casting for northerns and bass, or vertical jigging. Really just looking to catch anything. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance.

7/2/19 @ 6:18 PM
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New Moon
sh5469
User since 10/4/02

I was just below the petenwell dam, maybe 100 yards and the 2 warden's were in the same boat. Had been checked there one other time in 6 years. Would love to see wardens every weekend to stop some of the short fish from being kept.

7/2/19 @ 9:57 AM
prop-buster
prop-buster
User since 6/14/05

have been checked there before and seriously don't have a problem with it...also by the RR trestle where people have no idea what "no wake" means...but...again.. the bridge is a long ways from the Petenwell Dam. Not even the same thread.


7/1/19 @ 9:36 PM
huntfishcrappie
User since 2/23/16

I got checked by 3 on Friday at the buckhorn bridge ramp ... Very please to me.. Thank them for the job they do..Nice to see them out ..

7/1/19 @ 8:37 PM
prop-buster
prop-buster
User since 6/14/05

my last post actually sounded like a sarcastic one and it wasn't meant to be, I have never been checked below the Petenwell Dam by a warden, let alone two of them...unless you classified the RR trestle as below the Pete Dam which I guess in reality it is, but a stretch..... 

6/30/19 @ 5:47 PM
prop-buster
prop-buster
User since 6/14/05

c'mon Steve...what happened?...you can send me a message....would be interesting to me....2 wardens..WOW....


6/30/19 @ 2:28 PM
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MOON PHASE (6%)
Waning Crescent
sh5469
User since 10/4/02

Had a great day fishing yesterday in spite of the heat. Caught lot's of small walleyes and white bass. Did manage a 16 1/2" walleye that we kept and 2 keeper whites that were released. Was checked by 2 wardens and am very thankful to them for educating me instead of writing me tickets. (And some people say I can't be educated.) Both issues were corrected within an hour after meeting the wardens. I'm very appreciative of their help and consideration. Thank you gentlemen. 

Steve


6/28/19 @ 10:40 PM
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MOON PHASE (20%)
Waning Crescent
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Sunny
WATER TEMP
66° - 70° F
AIR TEMP
76° - 80° F
Rockne85
MEMBER since 10/14/12

Late report from June 22nd. Out early in river throwing spinner baits for northern and fire-tiger rattling raps foe bass and walleyes in 7-12 feet of water following the river bank shoreline.

Got a 36”, 13.5 lb northern and another just under 28” both on a green/chartreuse double-blade spinner with trailer hook.  My buddy got 3 modest smallies and a handful of short walleyes.  All the fish went back to fight another day. Usually jig and lindy-rig so this was a really nice change of pace  fish were very aggressive.


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