• GUESTS

    If You  want access  to member only forums on FM, You will need to Sign-in or  Sign-Up now .

    This box will disappear once you are signed in as a member.

  • WE CREATE LONG TERM, MEANINGFUL RELATIONSHIPS IN HERE ... PLEASE JOIN US.

    You know what we all love...

    RECEIVE THE GIFTS MEMBERS SHARE WITH YOU HERE...THEN...CREATE SOMETHING TO ENCHANT OTHERS THAT YOU WANT TO SHARE
    When you enchant people, you fill them with delight and yourself in return. Have Fun!!!

Recommended Posts

robby

We getting together for a family vacation in mid
July on Moose Lake. The Moose Lake by Deer Lake.
Anybody have any general info on walleye and
panfishing on his lake in July? Are there any other lakes in that area that we should try also?Thanks for any info.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
bmc

I've never really fished Moose very much in mid-July. If any of you are into muskie fishing, it would be a big mistake not to bring the musky arsenal with ya'. As for panfish, Little Moose to the east and some of the smaller lakes north of Moose should have some crappie/bluegill action going. As for walleyes on Moose, early mornings or late evenings will be best. I'm thinking 15-20 feet of water, but you may find some in the cabbage weeds or some deeper too. Lots of sunken islands to explore, slip bobber fishing with a leech is a good option.
Keep checking here before you go to get a better report. Also check out the Deer River forum.

Brian

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
EXTREME

Usually you can catch walleyes in the evening up in the shallows. Propeller bar seems to be a popular choice. The walleyes stay in about 15-20 feet of water until the sun goes behind the trees....then they slip into a couple of feet of water to feed on shiners. Deer lake is the same way...just check out Deer during daylight hours, it can be a little trecherous. Good luck!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
MNBIGBEAR

I have fished moose quite a bit. Had good luck on walleyes on quite a few of the humps and bars. some VERY nice muskies to be had also. Deer lake is very clear and can be tough fishing if it is a bright day so look for the fish deeper, and as mentioned above watch out for the rocks. they can sneek up on you and take a prop in a hurry. some excellent crappie fishing in Little Moose and ive even hooked into a couple muskies in there. Spider lake nearby can offer some excellent walleye and crappie fishing with a bonus bass fishery. Wabana is also up there. some good walleyes in there also with some nice smallmouth. Also a very clear lake so look deep. Good luck!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Guest
This topic is now closed to further replies.
Sign in to follow this  



  • Your Responses - Share & Have Fun :)

    • osok
      This surprises me Borch.  5-6 years ago when I was  living in the St. Cloud area, if you looked up "Mr. Consistency"  in the dictionary, your mugshot would come up.  Things must be all whacked out. 
    • jmuff24
      I am a catfish guy, but until now, i was unaware that i can legally use small bullheads for bait. However, I have never actually targeted them before, so i am just wondering if anyone knows of any "hotspots" for bullheads (if there is such a thing)
    • Borch
      Pretty quiet in here.  I've been fishing out of town the past 2 weeks.  Hope to fish the area lakes this week.  Heard reports of a good day crank bite on the chain but not much else.  With the full moon coming up this week may try some evening trolling.  Anyone else having any luck?
    • Wanderer
      Haven’t fished the river for weeks and came home to high, muddy water so I doubt I will for another week.  I’d focus on shorelines and whatever backwater I could find at this time if I did go.
    • PSU
      It was slow for me Tuesday afternoon and Thursday in Frazer / Smarts Bay. Wednesday was very good in 20-25 feet leeches / crawlers on a Lindy or a jig. Absolutely beautiful weather!
    • Mlaker3
      My wife and I had a good morning on Friday with bottom bouncers, spinners and crawlers in 20-24 ft.  Caught 9, threw back 3 18-19 in, 2 13-14 in. 
    • monstermoose78
      I would head over the hill into the back country and fish the streams and lakes. You will have much better success catching fish. Bring bug spray 
    • monstermoose78
      Lori has some nice gills and some okay crappies normally. Green has nicer sized crappies and gills. Ann lake has been kicking out some great fish. Check out fishing club.
    • JBMasterAngler
      Streams won’t have much of anything to offer this time of year. Maybe a couple tiny smolt rainbows. There are all kinds of shorefishing spots in the area though. Stream mouths are always the obvious spots to try. Spoons and spinners.
    • jhousenga
      How was the trip? I was on the lake Tuesday and the weather was as good as it gets!