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Fish_hard3
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FISHING REPORT
2/8/16 8:22 PM CST
Ice Depth: 4" Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 31° - 35° F
Fished all weekend. Saturday was slow. Drilled holes from 20' -120' didn't mark much and what I did wasn't interested in what interested in my presentation. Saturday Caught 3 jumbos and a small lg mouth 2 flag- no fish. Sunday was gorgeous. Lots of lookers in the deep water but no takers so I hit the flats and set tip ups in 10-12' then jigged in 22'. Didn't put my shanty up until noon and when I did I realized how clear it was that day I could see bottom perfectly. Just ask looked down I saw a pike or a musky that scared me to know exists in my favorite lake to swim in. Well over 50" possibly 60+" hard to say through the hole but this thing would be a record fish. Then I got bound and determined to catch it. But no luck. I didn't have bait big enough.. Back next weekend and every weekend through spawn. This fish is legendary. Green lake myth of the monster musky is true as far as I'm concerned.

manhattan_hoss
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FISHING REPORT
2/8/16 7:58 PM CST
Ice Depth: 8" Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 36° - 40° F
Lots of nice eating size perch caught in beyers cove over the weekend. My son and I had to sort through the small ones but there are some nice perch in that little inlet!

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2/8/16 7:43 PM CST
Thank you, LacDuVerdeLargo. I will go pick it up tomorrow and get the fluids drained. Insurance adjuster needs to see what the fate of it is. Its a 1993, so they may total it. If so, I will buy it back and dry it out myself. The bad thing is I lost my locator that was mounted in a box that my dad and I built many years ago.

LacDuVerdeLargo
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2/8/16 6:31 PM CST
Conditions: Cloudy Air Temp: 26° - 30° F Water Temp: Below 40° F
Congratulations A5$ on your ATV retrieval.

Tiger Sharks
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FISHING REPORT
2/8/16 8:13 AM CST
Ice Depth: 6" Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 36° - 40° F
Had a great day on the lake yesterday. Caught maybe about 100 perch, 12 of them keepers. Biggest was about 10 inches. Majority of them were in the 5-7 inch range.

I was out with 3 other people. We had a lot of flags. Caught 3 northern 1 of which was 31 inches so we kept it. At one point we had 4 flags at once. We also caught 2-3 giant perch on tip ups.

As far as the ice goes, where we were there was about 6 inches of actual ice and about 3 inches of slush on the top.

Hope every one has a good year on the ice and stay safe. Smile

walleyemaster
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2/7/16 11:59 PM CST
Is Dartford bay closed up

crappie killa
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FISHING REPORT
2/7/16 9:49 PM CST
Ice Depth: 4" Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 31° - 35° F
Hammered the Cisco out at sandstone this morning. Most of them good size. Was a beautiful day to be on the ice!!!!

Tiger Sharks
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2/5/16 9:35 PM CST
Is any one catching any thing?

A5¢
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2/4/16 11:57 AM CST
wow

crappie killa
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2/4/16 9:57 AM CST
Yes looking to come out Sunday and would like a ice report from Horner's to sandstone please. Would be just walking out. If I could get a baitfish report that would be great too. Thanks

johnthefishermanbd
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2/3/16 2:11 PM CST
Is it still safe to WALK from Horner's to sandstone? Wondering if anybody was out today? It would save me a trip.. Thanks for any info.

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2/3/16 12:42 PM CST
I am looking into the J Wheels for water flotation. Added traction and flotation on deep snow are side benefits. The cost is cheaper than the price of having an atv dried out. It seems like they go on and off quite simply. Being added to the wheels would keep it up higher out of the water. Keeping the atv floating is one good thing, but keeping the rider from taking a bath in freezing conditions would be a huge plus. Everyone reacts to cold and stress differently. Not going in up to your ears would be a huge help.

Tsquare86
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2/3/16 8:06 AM CST
Food for thought... Flotation seems like a pain since it's required on Mendota and Monona, but now that I have it, it stays on all winter for these kinds of scenarios. Much easier to pop the wheeler back out of the water if it's not sitting on the bottom. I attached an image to show that it doesn't necessarily impact the usability of your machine.

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2/2/16 6:44 PM CST
Now the ice will be worse with the snow. This is where I went through.

[This post was last edited on 2/2/16 at 6:46 PM]
eyeguy17
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2/1/16 8:07 PM CST
Ice Depth: 2" Air Temp: 36° - 40° F
To anyone venturing over by sandstone I would suggest foot travel only, there is now an atv sitting on the bottom in 130ft of water.

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