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Point Muskie Hunter
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FISHING REPORT
1/18/14 10:17 PM CST
Ice Depth: 21"
The reason all the shacks are on the north end is because that's were people have had the most luck in recent years. However this year is terriable too much ice and no fish any where it seems. The only thing there is big shinners, and small perch from what I see on the cammera.

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relax-n-fish
relax-n-fish
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1/18/14 9:06 AM CST
DK, I am coming to point for my widest alumni track meet and I am in charge of our two year old. He loves fishing but needs some action. If you could help me out that would be awesome. I can't see my pm on my phone so post or call. 262 four8three 8900. Thank you.

hoffa164
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1/15/14 2:08 PM CST
Ice Depth: 21" Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 26° - 30° F
If it gets any slower on Lakeside they are going to have to put a tombstone up next to the lake sign.

Surf-N-Turf
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1/14/14 9:44 PM CST
Anyone know what the big draw is over @ Lakeside, w/all the shacks towards the N side? More (shacks) than I recall seeing in past years. Thanks in Advance!! Tounge Out

dkhunter83
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1/14/14 5:11 PM CST
Went out in the snow today and had a decent afternoon. Marked a ton of fish from 8-12 fow but was tough to get a bite. Jigging for 10 seconds then dead sticking for 20 seconds was my method that seemed to work. Ended taking 6 keeper crappie home, probably caught a dozen total. Good time out in the snow and the fish are definitely there if you don't mind the weather.

dkhunter83
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1/14/14 2:25 AM CST
Ice Depth: 19" Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 26° - 30° F Water Temp: Below 40° F
Fished for crappies again today. Fishing in 14 fow, fish holding very tight to bottom. Ended up with a few crappie 10-12 inches, 3 walleye 14-16, and a striper. Fish were biting very light but preferred jigging to dead sticking. Still can't get pictures to load off my phone.

dkhunter83
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1/12/14 11:38 PM CST
Ice Depth: 15" Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 26° - 30° F Water Temp: Below 40° F
Out this afternoon for crappies. Marked quite a few fish and took awhile to figure out what they wanted. Fishing in 14 fow, any fish close to bottom wouldn't bite but when you marked a fish at 12 feet or higher you got a bite. Panfish spoons tipped with minnow head was the ticket. All crappie over 10 inches with the biggest at almost 14 inches. Posting off my phone and I can't get pictures to load. Ill be out again tomorrow I heard gills are biting ...

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cheeseheadfish
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1/7/14 9:31 PM CST
Ice Depth: 20" Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: Below 0° F Water Temp: Below 40° F
Crappie bite was hot. Slow on gills.

auggie33
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1/7/14 5:40 PM CST
Thanks MrSparky- I'll give It a shot and report back.

Auggie

Mr. Sparky
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1/7/14 5:33 PM CST
Augie, most of the time when I use a jigging rap I tip the treble with a minnow head or berkley gulp. The minnow head seems to work better though. I also have had luck with wax worms or spikes if they are sluggish and not responding well to the minnow head. Hope this helps.

auggie33
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1/7/14 4:55 PM CST
Quick question to the group... When jigging for walleyes with a jigging rap, have you ever stuck bait or plastics on the rap to entice the fish a bit more? I was watching a video and guy had something on the rap but I couldn't tell what it was. I will be fishing a new lake and am looking for all options to see what works best. Any advice or guidance is appreciated!

Jason

theshoddyfisherman
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1/7/14 4:36 PM CST
In regards to my previous post, please feel free to PM me as I know nobody wants to go broadcasting their honey holes.

theshoddyfisherman
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1/7/14 4:33 PM CST
Just a question for you guys. I've spent the last couple of winters looking for some decent crappie action, and I can never seem to find it. After a bit, I always return to what I know: targeting perch and bluegill. Just wondering if anyone would be willing to share any decent crappie areas/waters/lakes with me in somewhat close proximity to Stevens Point? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Not trying to horde in on anyone's hotspot, just looking to be pointed in the right direction to find 'em for myself. Thanks guys!

Muskie_manic2004
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12/30/13 9:07 AM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 36° - 40° F
Me & Bud fished rusty backwater area sat,,,12----4;30 slow day got 1 perch,3 gills,2 rock bass,,all on plastic, was beautiful winter day, quite few ppl out,,no one was slaying em, Sleepy

jjhunter
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12/26/13 11:27 AM CST
Probassangler8: The pipe is close to redbridge. Instead of going down the hill before the bend in the road on Casmir, keep on Casmir for about another mile or so. When it comes to a 'T' turn left. It will bring you to a dead end/boat landing. there's a ton of spots to fish out there, but if you aren't familiar with the territory, follow the main ice foot trail that takes you towards the mouth of the river. little bit of a walk, but a you will be able to see where people are fishing.

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