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Wolf Lake

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Have a chance to hard/soft water fish and a little duck hunting on this lake in the coming year. Any info on speicies available? Would be staying in the central part of the lake, near the big point.

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Good lake for all of the above mentioned... Fishing is better than the hunting... Muskys and walleyes are fun to catch on Wolf... Are you renting or buying a house there??

Beef

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Beef, good to hear from you again. Actually my sister is renting there. We stopped by this past weekend,needed a break from deer hunting. Just noticed the river and possible duck opportunities and saw some decent structure on her map. Mostly interested in perch and walleyes as far as the fishing goes. We are going up over New Years I think. Take care Beef, Joe

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When your up over New Years give me a call, I will be out fishing for sure... Got to love being a teacher!!!!

Walleyes in Wolf are nice, but remember to practice C-P-R

Beef

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Always do, a walleye over 17-18 tastes like that swamp buck my son shot this weekend frown.gif

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yepp

I just wished more people would do the C-P-R

Have fun on Wolf and be sure to drop me a line when your in town...

Beef

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    • monstermoose78

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    • BringAnExtension

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    • BringAnExtension

      Posted (edited)

      I don't have much to report, as I have not been fishing much lately, but wanted to add a topic on our quiet forum.

      I finally got a chance to go out on Mazaska this past weekend.  I tried my usual methods with almost no luck.  Fatheads on a jig and under a slip bobber.  From 9 feet down to about 25 feet.  I had a couple of bites, but that was it.

      Water temperature was still a balmy 68 degrees and a stiff wind was coming out of the southeast.  Even though I caught nothing, it was a beautiful day to be on the water last Saturday.

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      Edited by BringAnExtension
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