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mbonen
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FISHING REPORT
9/30/14 2:45 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 76° - 80º F Water Temp: 66° - 70° F
Was out yesterday from 610-1300. Fished south east shore and east shore. Picked up about 35 WB, 1 really nice crappie, and two perch. Salmos of any color and fire tiger flickers did the trick. 13' of water was the ticket for the WB.

nubbz07
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9/30/14 2:05 AM CST
Fished out from Oshkosh yesterday 8-12.30 when the ne winds started blowing hard. Got 5 eyes 14-19" pulled flicker minnows best color was fire tiger. Also a few big crappies.

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9/29/14 9:10 AM CST
Been on this site for many years, and have pointed quite a few people in the right direction around my neck of the woods. Now I am looking for a bit of help myself. I have only fished here x 1 before, and not this time of year. I will be here sat/sun and any insight would be helpful........Thx, Mike

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9/28/14 8:21 PM CST
Beautiful afternoon out there today even though it was flat. Fished the east shore out of Brothertown looking for perchies. Dad got one nice jumbo as well as a 24" pigsheep on a 1/32 with crawler chunk. We had a few whites on 3" Gulp grubs. He had a 17" cutter 'eye casting a perch finish Deep Thunderstick on a spawning reef. I had a 25" gal doing the same thing with a purple holofoil Reef Runner Rip shad. May that fish put many offspring into 'Ol Lady's system. Not gonna have many, if any more days like today until next year.

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fishmanric
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9/28/14 5:12 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 71° - 75° F Water Temp: 66° - 70° F
Fun day yesterday. Would have liked a little more wind but used the trolling motor to keep moving. Caught the usual suspects in good numbers including this nice 22 inch walleye. 14-16 fow jigging and dragging minnows.

shortcircuit
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9/27/14 7:35 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 76° - 80º F Water Temp: 66° - 70° F
sorry to say latterly no a good day again sure got me going nuts trying to find some fish besides white bass and those lousy sheepshead but a bad day of fishing is a good thing right Puke

megaswarm seeker
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9/27/14 6:42 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 66° - 70° F Water Temp: 66° - 70° F
Hit up the west side today. It was a glass calm kinda day. Not my favorite kind of condition for bago and things started hot right away boating 10 big jumbos in the first hour of fishing. They quit after 8 so did a lot of moving and only boxed 3 more nice perch after that. However the crappie and wb fishing was alright. Released 15 11"-12" crappies and probably 20 wb mostly 13"-16" they really like minnows on a jig/bobber. Also boxed a nice 18" eye. Most of these fish were caught in 10'-11' over gravel/rocks, most of the perch and eye came on crawlers. Nice to have another fresh meal of perch they will taste great!

CAPTAIN TIM EUTING
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9/26/14 7:26 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny
Today's father/son trip we were out from 12:30 to 5:30. Jigging crawlers worked the best for the walleyes and casting cranks hammered the whities. They kept a nice 2 man limit of walleyes and we released a bunch of other fish including a fat 21". There is still a ton of great fishing yet to come!

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[This post was last edited on 9/27/14 at 2:09 PM]
fishnrox303
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9/26/14 7:36 AM CST
I was just wondering if anybody has tried to use tip ups on winnebago in the winter, my dad always tells me that a long time ago they always used to catch white bass and walleye on tip ups with lake shiners. I know its a little early for ice fishing questions, but any info on this subject would be greatly appreciated, feel free to pm me.thanks

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9/25/14 6:41 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny
Was out on the West side 10am-3pm trolled #7 flicker shads 10 walleyes kept 7 18-14" a lot of large white bass if you picked up speed to 3mph walleyes at 2mph . Wj

mbonen
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9/25/14 4:02 PM CST
hello guys, Haven't been out in months since back surgery but want to get back out there before ice fishing. I was fishing south side and west by wendts earlier in the year. Anyone got any pointers at the current time? Going to be heading out Monday morning.

Thanks in advance.

Matt

Team Blue Gill
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9/25/14 2:08 PM CST
BiteMe...check out this website for more info. http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/fishing/questions/taggedfish.html

BiteMe2
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9/25/14 1:46 PM CST
I cpr'd a "tagged" 22" walleye yesterday around 2 pm south of CCP near the north end of St Katherin Bay in 6' to 8' of water. The tag number was ( H128485 ). Do I need to report this to the DNR ?

Looks like yesterday afternoon was a good day for 22" walleyes according to the other reports here.

Thats my story and I'm sticking to it.

Good fishing,

Biteme2

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CAPTAIN TIM EUTING
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9/25/14 6:25 AM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny
I had an afternoon trip from 1-6. We went casting and jigging in 5' to 8'. I jigged artificials, minnows, and half crawlers. They all produced walleyes but the half crawlers still worked the best. We kept 8 and had steady action with plenty of other small walleyes, whities, sheapheads, and a nice 22" that was released.

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kantfish
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9/24/14 8:04 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny
I fished out of fishermans road today targeting perch, followed mr twich's advise and threw the ice fishing tackle box in the boat,Moved alot. Ended up with 2 perch and 2 walleye, One walleye was a dandy tagged 22 inch. Caught on ice tackle. I haven't tried the raps or shiver minnows yet but the swedish pimple worked.

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