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part-timer
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FISHING REPORT
9/30/14 2:44 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny
We were out sunday afternoon. made one drift past far edge of train bridge. one nice flat head, jig and minnow. trolled a little by okee bay area, picked up one whitebass. #7 flicker in blue/chrome. 1.8 to 2.2.. had the girls with so there was more driving around and looking than fishing. good to be out first time since we moved in...see you out there...green princecraft.

soakem bbusser

FishOar
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9/30/14 12:56 PM CST
For anyone who is interested, The DNR will be conducting a fish shocking demonstration this Thursday Oct 2 beginning at 4:30 pm at the Grade Boat Launch, next to the Thirsty Moose. They will be going over the gear and describing how it works, then running along the rip rap along the grade as people walk along and watch. Then they will come back to the launch with the catch and talk about the different fish they caught. Could be interesting.

whitey
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9/30/14 12:07 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 76° - 80º F
Mossback, same luck I have been having up by the islands. Lots of white bass, a couple shorts and a few yellow bass. Trolling night crawlers and pulling boards with Flicker shads.

fishfinder101
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9/30/14 11:25 AM CST
I've heard of some great shore fishing on just a jighead and minnows but most of these outtings have been from 1am-6am. With lots of fish being caught. I've been hearing of this bit each week for the past month and have been meaning to get out and try it but have yet too. I cant give out specific spots, but I will say that the two locations i've heard about the most are very common shore spots.

crossineyes
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9/30/14 11:16 AM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 76° - 80º F Water Temp: 66° - 70° F
Was out on Sunday afternoon for a few hours. Managed several legal eyes with numerous short eyes and saugers. Even pulled in a large cat. All were caught pulling boards in moon valley and in the wood near the RR tressel. Moon valley was full of shorts for me. #5 Flicker shads pulled 120' back produced the shorts. Tried a new lure for me the flicker minnow 45' back. This produced the legals. Largest was 23.5" All still swimming.

MossBack1
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9/30/14 10:12 AM CST
Agree with Char. Some info would be appreciated. I've been out 4 times the last 2 weeks without much success. I have tried pulling boards, jigging, bottom bouncers, live bait, artificial, etc, etc. Been only picking up a few undersized fish here and there. Been mostly sticking to Moon Valley and Weigands Bay area. Can't seem to find them.

char
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9/29/14 9:11 PM CST
BossHog, I know I speak for the rest of us, Thanks for the very informative report. Next time you feel like crowing go stand in your front yard.

BossHog
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9/29/14 9:07 AM CST
Conditions: Sunny
Got out this weekend and caught a bunch of fish all over the place on mid lake structure pulling flies. Got two personal bests for the lake the last times out. A 27 pictured and a 28. All in all location is key

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Fish Sandwich
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9/28/14 7:05 PM CST
17lbs on 5 fish took first place.

RedRnger
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9/28/14 12:42 PM CST
Anyone know what the weight was for the bass tournament Saturday.

Sturgeon33
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9/28/14 12:36 PM CST
I'd like to thank the guy who busted off my trailer lisence plate while parked in the bridge motels parking lot. Kinda sucks going to a place u pretty much grew up at and have been going to your whole life and having stuff get ruined cuz I'm not from Wisconsin. Not all people from Illinois are @&$holes. Yet I do agree most are. I think I know who did it. But could never prove it. And to them goooo..... Well you know what you can do with yourself.

joeblue83
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9/26/14 7:13 AM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 61° - 65° F Water Temp: 66° - 70° F
was fishing last thursday 9/18 and water temp was 62. was out yesterday 9/25 and water temp has jumped between 66-67. i am assuming with the warm weather the water temp may get to 70. walleyes still in summer spots. lots of white bass and sheepshead. hooked into a huge flathead while trolling. took me 20 mn to reel in and was to big for net and i could not pull it into the boat. weighed between 40-45lb. tight lines

Fish Sandwich
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9/25/14 11:24 AM CST
Bass tournament Saturday out of the Thirsty Moose. You can't beat this weather! Saturday will be a perfect way to end the tournament season on Lake Wisconsin. You can sign up with cash the morning of. Call Brandon for more details. 608-220-0392

schuhfly
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9/15/14 7:57 AM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 46° - 50° F Water Temp: 61° - 65° F
Was out Sunday 10am-12 , trolled the shoreline between 4 - 10 FOW didn't catch anything there, went out and trolled around the humps picked up a couple huge stripers . then drifted over same spots jigged with minnows and picked up a couple really small walleye, three keepers and one 21" then it got a little to windy for comfort and we went in. Threw everything back as I didn't feel like cleaning fish. all in all was a great couple of hours glad to be on the lake again.

KATfishing
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9/14/14 6:45 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 56° - 60° F Water Temp: 61° - 65° F
Spent much of Saturday on the lake. We did not find the water to be too high for fishing. Hooked into 1 short walleye, 1 short sauger, many stripers, a huge crappie and a couple of sheep head. Fished with jigs and minnows most of the time. Had a monster fish of some sort on... bent pole in half and took the line under the boat. A few huge yanks and off it came. We had hits all day. Water was incredibly calm. All action in 10-15 feet of water. On a side note, we learned our lesson about staying close to the buoys. We tried to cut a corner thinking we'd be fine and beached ourselves between the islands and the grade about 50 yards shy of the buoys coming back from the north side of the lake to the public landing.. Still learning this lake. I guess "stay close to the buoys" really applies to this area.

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