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DEAN ELMER
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7/31/08 5:09 PM CST
Fished last nite caught 12 eyes bigest was 21.5 all fish released.


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7/30/08 8:37 PM CST
Nice smallies Jeff!

Going up on the 1st for a week, then back up for the Musky Tale bass tourney$$$$$.

And also glad to hear good things about Deer Run- nice happy hour!! Big Smile.

Thanks for the great reports-see ya up there.

Brett

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7/30/08 5:37 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 76° - 80º F Water Temp: 71° - 75° F
Went out today with two friends. Hit the Islands in Moore's Bay and caught small mouth from 10 - 17 1/2 inches. Went to the sisters islands by big timber island. Drifted for walleye. Caught 12 - 18 inches. Was back in by 10 a.m.

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7/29/08 12:10 PM CST
I am staying at Indian Trail resort the week of 8-16. I am going up with my mom and dad and it just so happens that both of them are having birthdays during that week. i would like to hire a walleye guide that knows that area. (church bar, cranberry bar, graveyard point etc....) I have heard alot about Dean but was not sure if he guided out of that area. If i could get some help on this that would be great. Both of them love walleye fishing and think it would be a great gift for the both of them. Thanks!!

Mike Sellers

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7/28/08 11:39 PM CST
Another nice smallie out of Deer Run Resort !!!

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7/28/08 11:31 PM CST
Riverrunner13....

Nice to see a shout out to Denny and Ruth at Deer Run Resort !!! I have been staying with them for several years now.. And they are always top notch and very friendly !!! Denny is very helpful on current spots that are good as well !!!! And of course the ever popular Molly !! How can you not love that Lab !!! Glad to see you got into some smallies !!! Message me anytime.. We can swap stories and good spots !!! Here is a pic of my best smallie to date on the Flowage.. Just under 21 inches !! Built like a football.. And 5 lbs. to boot !!! As always.... Fish 'em hard.. Release 'em easy.... See ya, Jeff

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7/28/08 6:12 PM CST
Hey vman, twin island is the first island out from tiger musky. As soon as you go out of the channel from the resort, it is on your right toward bluberry. As always

tight lines

walleyemaxx Cool

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7/28/08 9:56 AM CST
Water Temp: 71° - 75° F
I just got back from my one week stay at the Big chip. First Id like to thank the folks at Deer Run for an excellent stay. The fishing was good as always. The muskies were chasing black bucktails with green or gold blades. But it seemed like the bigger fish wanted top water. The topper and the pacemaker were two hot baits. The muskies seemed like they were on main lake weeds and right up in the slop. It seemed like mid afternoon was the hottest time. Caught a bunch of smalmouth and a bunch of pike. The water temp was mid 70s. Good luck to all. Tom Boley

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7/25/08 5:34 PM CST
Sorry the bass did not appear

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7/25/08 5:30 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 66° - 70° F Water Temp: 71° - 75° F
I own a place on Moore's bay ( one of the Middlestad"s Cabins). Was up Monday through Thursday with Steve Allen former swim coach at Lockport High School. Caught a ton of Small Mouths. They are getting like blue gills. They are everywhere. Largest 16 1/2, with most from 11 - 14 1/2. Caught a lot of walleye, northerns, crappie, and gills. The best fishing was in Moore's bay. Wednesday evening was fishing by a bog catching gills, small smallies, and ROCK BASS. I was using leaches and 1/2 night crawlers. Bobber went down a few inches and started to move. I pulled lightly and I thought I had a gill around a tree limb. To my surprise I caught a Large mouth. See the pictures. 21 inches long, guess weight of 5 3/4 to 6 pounds. Good fighter

Also some Walley I caught over July 4th largest was 24 inches

Rich Davis

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7/25/08 7:59 AM CST
How's the cattyfishing up there?

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7/24/08 11:19 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 71° - 75° F Water Temp: 71° - 75° F
Walleye fishing on the flowage remains very good. This past two week has been great. I have been fishing the weeds on the East side- the water is very stained this year from the run off- very dark. This has allowed for great weed fishing all day- On this past Tuesday I had some clients out and we ended up with a 4 man limit (12) fishing from 1pm-5 pm in weeds with slip bobbers- all the kept fish were from 14-19 inches- we released at least 20 smaller ones- plus some Smallys- I like a orange or chartreuse hook or simply a orange bead to make the set up stand out a little- lively leeches are a must- medium is best. I have talked to a few Guys who are also doing well on the humps in deeper water- this is common on the flowage- not all fish go to the weeds- one thing I should mention- The west side water is slightly clearer than the east- I have found the clear days on the west side can be tougher than the East side- off course a little chop can help break up the light a little and keep fish shallow even on Crane Or Chief . I have fished close to 45 days so far on the flowage- most days resulted in a nice walleye catch- The past 10 trips have resulted in nice limits of fish- fishing is very good right now and should remain this way for at least the next few weeks. Here are a few good seasoned Walleye guides that belong to the Hayward Guide Service- Most of these guys do not use the internet to post reports. Some dont own a PC. Randy Gutch, Ron Bergman, Joe Jasek , Ray Blank, Gary Haeck, Dan Seibert Darwin Berry. probably missed a few, but the point is there are several very good Walleye guides on the Flowage- I have been a proud member of the Guide service since 1977 and have guided since I was 18 on the flowage. Its a huge help to hire a guide if you haven't fished the Flowage- it can save you time and maybe some frustration. The flowage is different than a clear water lake approach, that alone can be the difference on catching and not catching. Its a numbers lake with lots of fish, but the fish are tightly grouped so that means allot of fishless water. Good Luck, JIM LEAHY- Hayward

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7/24/08 7:54 PM CST
Seeing that smallie helps me from second guessing throwing bigger baits.

DEAN ELMER
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7/24/08 7:44 PM CST
Friday, July 18th, full moon. Kept a 17 incher in the am and took a guy out in the afternoon and came back with 5 fish in 35 minutes. Deano


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DEAN ELMER
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7/24/08 7:35 PM CST
Found this guy floating with it's last meal......about a 19" small mouth that ate too big of a rock bass.....second time I've seen this on the flowage this year......Deano Sad


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