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  • brianjkuphal
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    Posts: 153
    #1242203

    waleyes are biteing,but you have to work a little to get them,keep moveing,good south winds the last few days helped a lot to keep the boat moveing kept 10 waleyes in 2 days of fishing between 3 guys,green twisters and minnows always a good combo,lots of good smallies too,good luck……..

    steveo
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    W Central Sconnie
    Posts: 4100
    #1069491

    Nice. I heard the bite has been good before that front blew thru.

    FlambeauVista
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    Park Falls, WI
    Posts: 264
    #1070011

    Nice Fish! Those smallmouths are a blast to catch.

    FlambeauVista
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    Park Falls, WI
    Posts: 264
    #1089629

    The Turtle-Flambeau Flowage Association will hold its 17th annual Pig & Corn Roast on Saturday, August 11th with food service starting at 4:00 PM until it’s gone, so get there early for the “wings and drum sticks.” This event will be held at the Gateway Lodge & Resort located between Mercer and Butternut on the north end of the Turtle Flambeau Flowage off of Highway FF at N4695 Popko Circle West. The menu includes pork that is slow roasted on site along with all the fixings in addition to farm fresh sweet corn and scrumptious homemade desserts. Live music will be provided by Dave Sky. Raffles with prizes donated by local businesses will be held throughout the afternoon and evening, so bring your lucky rabbit’s foot. Dancing, singing and laughter are guaranteed. For more information contact the Gateway Lodge at 715-476-7878

    Proceeds of this event go to the promotion and enhancement of the Turtle-Flambeau Flowage, Wiscosin’s Senic Wilderness Waters Area. Please come support the TFFA.

    FlambeauVista
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    Park Falls, WI
    Posts: 264
    #1091413

    With the cooler temps, the walleye bite is staring to change to fathead minnows, but 1/2 a crawler on an 1/8 oz. jig is also producing fish on the humps in 10-12 fow.

    FlambeauVista
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    Park Falls, WI
    Posts: 264
    #1105184

    Sorry for not posting for a while. The water level in the TFF is now 4.5 feet below full pool, so navigation is very interesting; however, fishing for walleyes and musky is quite hot right now. Our cabin guest last week were a father/daughter team and reported boating 100 walletes in a day!!!!

    Jig and minnow is the bait of choice fishing in 10-15 fow on the sharp bends of the old river channels.

    Muskys are a mixed bag with top water baits best over the dieing weeds (duh!) , but also 20 fow depths have been producing including a 48″ fish in the Trude Lake area on Saturday to win the tournament hosted at Dear Lodge.

    Leaves are now past peak and falling making for some great grouse hunting for those looking for a “blast and cast” weekend adventure.

    For more info, guide reports, lodging, food, etc. see

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