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Cold Front
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10/23/14 9:29 AM CST
There have been shore fisherman in the park between Green Lake[ City} and Nortons all fall. There was a good panfish bite going in the area. The boats have thinned out lately but I am not sure if the weather chased them off or the fish have moved. I go by there a couple times a week this time of year. Mrt.

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10/22/14 7:46 PM CST
Hello local fisher men/women..

I apologize for the non-report, but my family is planning a day trip to Big Green on Saturday. We come from about an hour north, don't have a boat and my mother is in a wheel chair. So I am looking for shore fishing information if someone would be so kind as help us. My dad and I were there this spring and hammered the blue gills and crappies on the north side by the boat launch off of South St and Park Drive. We also tried Indian Point on the far east side of the lake with no success there. I have also learned about the park on the south west corner of the lake.

I'm hoping someone could point us to a good direction for a decent chance of getting some fish (pan fish, larrys or smallies and walleye would be great). If someone can provide info like water clarity, presence of fish, bite behavior, and even bait that's working; it would all be a great help.

Thanks to anyone who helps us! PM is fine as to not clutter up the boards.

Happy fishing and enjoy this weekend, going to be last one with nice weather til spring!

NRAguy
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10/22/14 2:31 PM CST
Foggy as all heck this morning. Didn't lift till 8:30 or so. Man, that was nuts & dangerous-couldn't see 20 ft. in front of the boat. Had to move @ 2mph. Gotta love GPS in those conditions. Water was gin clear. Anyway, Tried Heidel Bar, Dartford Bay, Outside Dartford Bay cribs, Shale bar drifting with Lindy/minnows. Waxworms, redworms, fatheads, Lg. chubs, casted spinners and cranks, etc. Not one bite. Not even a 6" perch. Saw a few other boats fishing-didn't see a fish caught. Worried

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10/21/14 7:02 PM CST
Big Bass Bill you want big pike and kind of a not thought of lake is Lazy Lake in Fall River weedy but BIG pike and bass come out there regularly. Wink

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10/21/14 4:12 PM CST
Who's had luck getting Lake Trout on tipups on this lake? Care to share any tips? I have an urge to catch one of these bad boys!

Much appreciated.

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10/21/14 11:32 AM CST
I would agree with Cold Front. Puckaway is a good bet. I would try fishing the river, there are pike holding out in the river.

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10/21/14 10:42 AM CST
Hittin' BG tomorrow (Wed.) Targeting: Anything that's biting! Bringing along assortment of live bait including lg. chubs. Plan on starting in Dartford Bay, working out to cribs and then the Shale Bar and Heidel Bar. Any BG tips this time of year appreciated (PM) otherwise I'll report afterwards.

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10/20/14 4:31 PM CST
Big Pike are tough to come by in Central Wisconsin. The hot summer of 2012 resulted in a die off of big pike on the shallower lakes. Poygan got drilled especially hard. You may consider Puckaway. It has been a good pike lake for years and there are a few decent sized ones to be had. Fox Lake could be a sleeper too. Mrt.

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10/20/14 4:20 PM CST
Ok thanks. He said they caught a a lot in the 28-35in range on perch. If there are a quantity of those 8-12lbers, there definitely have to be some trophies in there. So there are not true weedbeds full of catalpa weeds in this lake? The floating weeds keep getting mentioned, typically the green slimy weeds that the power boats chew up. Looking for a good pike lake in central/ south wisconsin to meet my dad at for a weekend. Have not found one yet.......

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10/20/14 8:24 AM CST
BBB- I saw the show, and those were not big northern by any means...maybe 30" at best. I wouldn't get too excited about that.

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10/19/14 8:00 PM CST
They mean floating weeds I believe

Big Bass Bill
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10/19/14 6:38 PM CST
My dad said he saw a fishing show on tv where they were catching big pike on Green Lake? Does anyone know if that is true, and any information on fall pike fishing would be appreciated. Some of the posts said this is a weedy lake, is it still that weedy this late in the fall? Just wondering if the pike fishing is in the weeds or the deeper structure that was mentioned. Any info would be great.

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10/18/14 8:58 AM CST
nope

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10/17/14 11:22 AM CST
Is there lots of weeds floating on the surface now?

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10/13/14 9:54 PM CST
Conditions: Cloudy Air Temp: 56° - 60° F
Got a limit of gills and perch today, lots of small perch to get thru to get some decent fish. Fished in 8 - 10 feet of water with plastics. Didn't seem to matter where you stopped the fish were there.

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