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codyk
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1/27/15 5:46 PM CST
Why would you need to drive on byers cove?

phatphish
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1/27/15 12:14 PM CST
Is Byers Cove ok to drive a truck around on? Thanks.

Jigermeister
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1/26/15 11:02 AM CST
Ice Depth: 8" Conditions: Cloudy Air Temp: 16° - 20° F
Fished Sunday morning for a while straight off Horner's in 110FOW. The ice was solid where we were; could have driven out the ATV easily, but keep in mind no ice is every 100% safe. We marked fish up until about 10:30am then they went away. We left around noon as beer sounded better than the wind slapping the side of our portable around. Buddy of mine caught a nice Laker first thing in the morning. We couldn't get any of the fish we marked to chase up and hit; must have been using the wrong bait to make them strike. I will hit this lake as few more times before the ice leaves; love fishing Lakers!

killler
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1/26/15 10:40 AM CST
I tried to PM you but it didn't work. Thanks so much for the info. I'll try it on Tuesday (tomorrow). A couple of more questions for you if you don't mind:

Is it safe to take an ATV and pull my flip over shanty or do I have to walk out (just got my hip replaced 6 weeks ago?

Where would be an easy place to park my truck and access the lake?

What depth would suggest I target?

Regardless if you get back to me, thanks for the info. You can always PM me.or try killer@wctc.net

[This post was last edited on 1/26/15 at 11:42 AM]
Kimballslice82
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1/26/15 7:22 AM CST
Killler... a few areas id start with. Downtown, between the front Norton's restaurant all the way to the marina boat launch. the whole bay in front of the court house down by Adams rib. The "T ditches" on the north side of that bay and out in the mouths of those ditches. There's a man made ditch in the back of Norwegian bay (Far north west corner) I've caught limits by both "Carp Gates" one by county park and on the east side of inlet bridge. And lastly do a lil research and round up some coordinates for the hundreds of cribs this lake has to offer in less than 25ft of water. it'll be worth the trouble, trust me... Hope it helps

RangerKid
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1/25/15 11:54 PM CST
Ice Depth: 7" Conditions: Cloudy Air Temp: 31° - 35° F
Fished sandstone Sat. Didn't mark a single school of cisco. Trout fishing was a tough bite also. I caught a 23 inch laker in 100' just off bottom. Didn't see anyone else get anything either. Tried many different spots, to no avail.

Pike202
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1/25/15 7:09 PM CST
Still haven't figured out the Lakers. Was out Saturday west of Horner's about halfway to the point. Fished in 110-140 ft from 730-11 am. We did mark a few fish and had a couple chasers (better than last time). But no hits. We were jigging with slender spoons, buckshots, and white kalins grubs. Also had out 6 lines with live minnows. Going to try it one more time to pop my laker cherry.

killler
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1/25/15 12:45 PM CST
I want to go out exploring for panfish. Where would be a good area to target besides Beyer's Cove. I'd like to get out on Tuesday and Wednesday. Have only fished BG for lakers, never for gills but want to fish away from most people. Anyone got any suggestions?

Annefish84
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1/24/15 9:55 PM CST
Our group did pretty good on Lakers today. Best bite was 10am in 135fow. Nice day to be out! Big Smile

fish2provide
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1/24/15 8:55 PM CST
Ice varied from 6-10" on the east half of the lake today for those that asked.

Pike202
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1/24/15 5:47 PM CST
Ice- good Bite- sucks

sales
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1/24/15 5:12 PM CST
Going off Horners in the am. Just wondering how the bite is and ice conditions. Thanks in advance. My pm is on.

DPGS
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1/24/15 9:14 AM CST
Looking to do some fishing out here and I've never been out here. Would specifically like to target Walleye's and Northern but it's always fun at least catching fish. I do a lot of fishing on Fox Lake and am willing to trade information. If it comes down to it I will hire a guide, but just figured I would try to trade info with fellow fisherman first. Stay safe out there everyone.

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1/23/15 4:27 PM CST
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joeyg17
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1/23/15 3:29 PM CST
I was wondering if someone could point me in the direction of a bait shop near Big Green? I will be coming in on 23 if that is of any use.

Thanks

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