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HDPro

Wakanda Lake

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HDPro

Anyone Fish this Lake Before , will be in area this weekend.

What kind of fish?

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LEECH21

Did well early ice for walleyes, but haven't been back since.

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firlman

Wagonda just opened for liberlized fishing 2/2/09. So it would probably be a waste of time, WHAT A SHAME!!!!!!!!

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HDPro

Where do you find This out? Posted on lake ?

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firlman

DNR webdsite

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HDPro

Thanks, I will try some where in area can u suggest any where? Never fished in that area going there with friend has relatives there but they dont Fish.Big Kandy ?

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firlman

Alot of the good lakes are dying off so your guess is as good as mine.

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Wiskers

Wonder if the lake is even worth fishing? Or maybe they are all in the aireated zone?

Might be worth a try?

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Vex

I bet Wakanda is dead by now. By the time the DNR opens up a lake to liberalized fishing, it is usually too late.

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peerchking

the dnr said the oxigen level were so low that the only thing still living would be carp and bullheads.the county also shut off the airiation.if it gets a complete kill it would help the lake for the future. my thought anyway.

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hamrej23

Thats too bad, Caught alot of nice fish out there the last two years. Especially this year.

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sparcebag

hamrej theres a lake there that has more than enough oxygen and is yet high.Its one I'll be hitting this opener,Kinda hard boat landing only public road access and small boats,Ya know where I'm thinking? Dont want to post it and turn it into Wakanda,but I've caught some nice fish in it!The DNR was removing fish from low oxy lakes and dropping them in it the past few weeks.

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hamrej23

Couple Ideas, Got two in mind.

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skinman

Theres a lot of big eyes in there yet. I caught some nice crapps, perch and northerns in there last year. Went by today and didn't see anyone out there yet. Probably becasue of the wind.

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gr8icefishinmind

or because it froze out

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hamrej23

Has anyone tried to go out there lately?

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