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andracke
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6/24/08 12:08 AM CST
Coming up Wednesday night.....Any musky tips or good baits?

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6/23/08 8:34 PM CST
this is a 23" eye from the flowage


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6/23/08 7:29 PM CST
This is the walleye that I found floating on the west side several weeks ago. I figure the crappie to be about 10 inches. Sad


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finsnantlers
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6/22/08 9:56 PM CST
Big Ron, don't quit now! I speak from my experiences on the mighty chip and trust me you have yet to hit it right. There are so many different variables that contribute to your success that nothing is a sure thing, even on the chip. Besides as my uncle skipper says... fish are a bonus!

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6/22/08 4:39 PM CST
was out this morning from 6am until about 10:30 11. Caught lots of gills and small mouths, couldn't get to where I wanted to go so just fished the floating bogs by the south CC landing. Sucks when my 25 hp motor is down and have to use a 5hp back up.I'll be back though.

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6/22/08 9:17 AM CST
Just got back from Tiger musky resort from a weeks fishing 6/14-6/21 we used steve Gensen for a guide sunday the 15th fished in rain and wind for 6 hours did not have a single musky follow did get some pike. Pan fishing all week was good walleye slow not to many bigger ones this was the 4th year up each year has been getting worse for the fishing we will not be going next year going to try different lake next year.

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6/22/08 5:29 AM CST
Just got back on Friday from two weeks of fishing and heading back on Tuesday. Walleye fishing has been great. This last Thursday I limited out in 20 minutes. Kept 17, 18.5, 19" . Wednesday the full moon, I caught released a 25 " er. I will be guiding this summer for Walleyes. For details call 1-608-279-3465 or e-mail me at fish4walleye53716@yahoo.com Do have some pictures to post if I could ever find the cord for the camera. Deano


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6/21/08 9:36 PM CST
Just got back fron the Chip, spent a week in heaven on earth!

My son caught his best ever last Sunday, we were out in the morning with guide Ty Sennet. He got this 45 3/4 incher on a Ghosttail bucktail in about 13 feet of water just off the weeds.

What a blast!

revmike
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6/21/08 3:38 PM CST
I have had some good success lately with rattle baits i.e. rattle traps or rattlin' raps. Cranking them deep through weeds of 10'-12' has produced some very nice walleye and big bass too. As a bonus, I had a 16" crappie wack one.

On Thursday & Friday, the family floated the Namekagon River from Hayward to Trego. Apart from the thunderstorms, it was a blast. It is a lot of fun to fish rivers. It is so much different from fishing any lake. We caught smallies and walleye on inline spinners and jointed raps.

jld
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6/21/08 10:50 AM CST
Just got back from a weeks worth of fishing on the west side. Stayed at the Tiger Musky again...great people, great hospitality...etc. Can't say enough about the resort.

Fishing was fair to good. Many gills for the frying pan and to keep the kids interested. The crappie were active just before dark along deep side of bogs.

We managed a few walleye every night. Their size wasn't the best, but they tasted great. We also caught a few bonus pike while jigging for eyes.

The water is starting to turn green and the fish are starting to catch up with this crazy springs weather. Saw many guys (including a few local guides) fishing the deep bogs during the day time, but I didn't hook into anything.

All in all another great trip to the flowage. Cool

JD

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6/18/08 7:53 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 71° - 75° F Water Temp: 66° - 70° F
Guided today out on the Chip out of Treelands resort, we musky fished all day. I lost one in the morning on a walleye colored drop belly glider, I don't think it was a huge fish, but still would have liked to get it in, I just popped the bait off a weed when the fish hit. Got a bunch of pike in the morning and that was it for the morning, in the afternoon, saw 3 muskies, one hit at boatside on a perch colored 8 inch slammer, looked to be in the low 30's, and we had two lazy follows on the same slammer, the bigger one was in the low 40's. Clients had all the action in the afternoon, just couldn't get them to get active enough to bite the baits today. It was hot and calm all day, water temps have jumped to the upper 60's today, but we are still having cold nights, it was 42 this morning.

Good luck, Tanner Wildes

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6/18/08 5:03 PM CST
We were up last week Friday 6th to Friday 13th fishing.Fished only the north eastern end of flowage down to the sisters islands. Limited every day with nice eaters. Fish were in a typical post spawn mode with storms a with lightening a few nights slowing the bite. Fishing was therefore a slow and the fish scattered. Size was down this year with the most fish post spawn males in the 13-17 inch range. They tasted fine. We caught a few nicer eyes on crank baits. Most eyes were taken on jig and medium fathead minnows. When it got real slow I fished some spots with slip bobbers. That was especially true evenings when anchored up. We caught a quite a few smaller northerns, with the largest about 28 inches. Putting the anchor down seemed to be a waste of time during the day. During our daytime fishing we found fish scattered in deep water off points (island or shoreline points) with scattered green weeds, drifting the deeper breaks with jig and minnow. That did the trick in finding fish. We watched a bear in front of Johnson's on Moore's bay along the shoreline for about a hour at about 3 in the afternoon one day. That was a extra treat. The bite was slow and fish were scattered all week but our party of 4 limited every day and we put back a lot of smaller fish. I think it will be better fishing over the next few weeks.

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6/17/08 10:50 PM CST
sure does. thankyou very much, we have stayed at lake chippewa campground for the last twenty years and i have gone over there ( to the church bars) to cast for ski's quite often but never to try the walleye. thanks again for the info i will have to give it a try next week. I will let you know how we did when we get back. till next time.

side job

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6/17/08 7:53 PM CST
We were getting all the fish at anywhere from 12 feet to 17 feet between the humps exept for the musky, she was at 6.5 feet of water.Cant wait to get back up there. Hope that helps side job

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6/17/08 7:39 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 71° - 75° F Water Temp: 66° - 70° F
Guided out on the Chip today out of Treelands Resort, Spent the day casting cranks over the weeds, looking for fish, more specifically nice walleye. Got a ton of Pike, and Bass, both largemouth and smallmouth's, only one walleye, and a musky. It was sunny all day, and pretty windy again. got most of the fish on the west side in the weeds, casting minnow raps mostly. Fishing was pretty slow this morning, talked to a buddy of mine today and he had a group out panfishing, and he said even that was slow in the morning, just seemed like the fish were just kida off in the morning, water temps were in the mid 60's.

Good luck, Tanner Wildes

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