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gamehunter
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7/1/15 11:43 AM CST
There is the Wednesday night tournaments. That is all I know of.

July 1st - Lazy Lake (public launch) July 8th - Little Green July 15th - Fox Lake July 22nd - Big Green July 29th - Lazy Lake

IF you host one, and we are free, my son and I would fish it.

justinm
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7/1/15 11:34 AM CST
Wondering if there are any open tournaments on Big Green that my 11 year old son and I could fish together. We missed the AYA event and if there isnt another open tournament I am just going to host one my self Smile

BrianWI_
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7/1/15 9:49 AM CST
Can you tell me what areas you were catching them in a canoe? I have a small boat so would like to stay on calmer water areas.

BobK
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7/1/15 9:28 AM CST
What did you use for bait if you dont mind me asking

Fishinwithmuscles
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7/1/15 9:09 AM CST
Smoker66 you're presuming that just because people are fishing for gills that the bass bite is not good? It's better in my opinion to catch a nice batch of gills to eat.

The bass bite has been HOTTTT for me. 7-11 ft deep out in my canoe. Been caught 10-12 smallies per trip. Biggest one was 5.1 lbs but I've only caught one that was under 14 inches. Strictly CPR but I measure them all before they're released.

[This post was last edited on 7/2/15 at 1:49 AM]
kenny tarmack
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6/30/15 8:11 PM CST
Picked up a dozen gills on Sunday biggest being 8" rest were a little smaller threw back 10 for every one kept and rock bass are a nuisance on this lake. Also caught a few 18" green carp (bass) and a few smallies, all in less than 5' of water

SMOKER66
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6/30/15 4:46 PM CST
Guys, just looking for a little help based on the previous few reports. I have been fishing in 8 to 15 feet all over the north shore and even over by Tuleta Hills. I saw giant smallies spawning mid june and looks like they are done. They would move the bait out of the nest and just pick it up. They were not hammering it. No hook ups.

I have been using leeches with split shots and slip bobber rigs and casting 3 inch pumpkin tubes. Very little action. Only a few large perch or male smallie here and there.

Can you tell me...are you fishing the east end? Heidel Bar? Dartford? I am fishing around 7 to 10 am on weekends and I have not seen many folks picking up much besides the panfishing folks. I have seen guys sitting over bluegill beds, 3 grown men in a boat fishing small bluegills for hours in 2 feet of water. It tells me that maybe the bass bite is tough at times. Any help would be very much appreciated. THanks!

manosteel00
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6/28/15 2:06 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 76° - 80º F Water Temp: 71° - 75° F
Fished most of this week on Big Green. Largemouth and Smallmouth have been biting well and it was nice to pick up an occasional walleye. Our best fish were 20 and 19" Smallies and a 23" Walleye.

toph20man
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6/26/15 4:18 PM CST
Conditions: Cloudy
Hit Big Green for the first time in quite a while. Poured several proto-type baits which I am testing this summer. Turned out to be a very solid day on the water. The new bait was exceptional! We pounded Largemouth bass with it wacky rigged and later in the day we had several Smallmouth that tagged it pretty hard. Was a great day to be on Green Lake!

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bigmike2014
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6/26/15 10:08 AM CST
Hello from Appleton, Just looking for a current water temp?

Thanks Mike. Post or PM me.

jigajig
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6/25/15 6:56 AM CST
Lost my boat key on Tuesday. If any body found a black towel attached to a key please let me know. Could have been anywhere from beyers cove to Montello.

buckrubtaxidermy
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6/24/15 11:59 PM CST
Short notice. I have a ball tourney in ripon o saturday and my son and I are looking for anyone interested in being filmed for a fall tv show out of central Wisconsin. Message me. Thank you. Would lime to target trout but anything hot would be a go.

Bassmaster42
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6/22/15 6:48 PM CST
Tomorrow I'll be go fishing for bass in green lake or whatever u call it. Lol. Anything I should use look for. Baits anything? Speechless

CAPT. JUSTIN KOHN
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6/22/15 5:00 PM CST
Im usualy idling at only a few miles per hour through weed beds in 10-15 feet of water and on the sonar or even better image you will see the depth stay the same but the weeds stop for a short time. These are the gravel and or patches that the smallies are stacked up in right now. The neat part is you can fish the same pattern anywhere on the lake.

CAPT. JUSTIN KOHN
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6/22/15 4:51 PM CST
White bass can be caught in large numbers when you hit the right schools at the right times. Mid lake humps, points, and steep breaks are perfect areas to cast spoons, plastics, or jerk baits. Suspended trolling over the basin is working as Capn Ted mentioned as well. Activating a school by eratic jigging can turn into great fun in a hurry and that's what we have been doing.

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