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toon'n
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5/24/13 10:39 AM CST
Hey all, I just read the revised walleye limits, but I want to make sure I have this correct. The only lake on the chetek chain that is listed on the ceded terriorty list is Prarie and that now has a 2 walleye limit. None of the other lakes are listed on this report. Which, in theory, would mean they have gone to a 5 fish limit.

Do I have this correct, or is there another special regulations list that I am not aware of?

BillGun
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5/24/13 7:04 AM CST
For those you that have been worried about the late ice out, and crappie spawn. The crappie bite is starting to get hot right now. They have moved into the shallows in some places. But for the most part, the best fishing has been on drop offs. they are stacked up in areas where the depth changes quickly. Try to get on an area where it abruptly changes from 12', to 8', to 6'. Rock and sand humps have been producing the best.

fowlplay370
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5/23/13 8:59 AM CST
Hi everybody. the I will be coming up in on 28th for our 8th season on the chain. We've got the pan fish and the northerns down with no problem but the one fish that has completely eluded our lines is the elusive Walleye. can anybody give me some help on where to catch them? what are you using? Please help. P.S. I promise not to give any secrets away. mums the word. Big Smile

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5/22/13 6:40 PM CST
Cubs, depending on what you are after, I would start with fishing the islands on the east shore for gills crappies and northern's. Just south of them is a deeper hole that you could also try. Pick up a lake map from the resort Association booth as you come into town. If you go south into Pokegama along the narrows you can generally get fish along the bak fishing the trees. good gill fishing. Black Bass bay is also good for eyes and bass. If this is your first trip here that is where I would start. Keep an eye on this for any update. Should be good gill and crappie fishing that first week. good luck

jeff.georgalas
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5/22/13 4:55 PM CST
Eric (Cubs), you've got to be more specific. WHAT KIND of help are you looking for? Places to fish, what to use, how deep, etc...

cubs
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5/22/13 3:37 PM CST
Staying on mud lake first week in june. Can anyone help me please. Smilejavascript:addEmoticon('Smile')

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5/22/13 3:11 PM CST
shallow along the shores.

riverpro
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5/22/13 2:37 PM CST
kingfish. were the crappies spawning in shallow water or is that not going very good yet?

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5/22/13 9:14 AM CST
Checked with my past resort guest last night. Crappie bite is hot on Ten Mile along with gills even during this rainy weather. The crew of 6 has been eating fish each day and getting close to their limits. They also fished the bog near wildwood resort with good success. Small jig under floats at 12 to 18 inches or just jigging with a 10 ft pole. This group keeps a minimum of 10 inch for crappies. Hope to be out tomorrow to see if I can find some eyes and crappies.

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5/21/13 5:47 PM CST
think it will still be on.

illinifish
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5/21/13 4:12 PM CST
Thanks for the update kingfish! Will be up there June 8th, hope we get lucky and catch the tail end of spawn.

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5/21/13 3:45 PM CST
crappies should be in full swing. Have also heard of good gill catch's.

Northerns could be had in the east end of moose ear.

illinifish
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5/21/13 2:52 PM CST
Can someone please tell me if the crappie are in full spawn on Chetek? Has the late ice affected the spawn, or just delayed it? Thanks

ddecks
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5/21/13 12:33 PM CST
My family and I have been fishing Chetek chain for years mainly for panfish. I would like to know if there are any hot spots to cast for Northerns in the chain.

BillGun
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5/16/13 10:56 PM CST
Thanks for the info kingfish. My Wife and I usually limit out this time of year. But with the late ice out, I've been worried about the catch. Thanks again.

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