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broadwaybob
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2/12/16 8:26 PM CST
Ryan, Charlie bluff is a safe place to access. The danger is heading toward Newville/Edgerton. Last week I put in there and headed to Theibeau and the Rockpile with no issues. Since there is little snow on the ice you may find that fishing is best near twilight. Most fishermen are keying on the north bays rather than the main lake so Norms and Sunset are primary choices. I fished a rock strewn flat off Theibeau and caught fish around 9pm and later. Nothing I could keep as they were 12-14". Look for groups and fish near them. You can either look for fish or wait for them to come to you. be set up well before sunrise or sunset. I'll be out after 2pm Saturday.

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2/11/16 8:06 PM CST
I haven't ice fished in years and have never fished Koshkonong in the winter. My nearest access point to my home is over off 26 near Buckhorn Supper Club. I know that's rather close to the river, so I was just wondering is that access point safe? If not, what is the safest spots around the lake right now? Or are they all safe since the avg depth is 14 inches and near shore is 6ish in some spots?

Thanks for the help.

Mathewszxt1
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2/10/16 11:40 PM CST
Looking for some info on fishing I'm going off of vinnes on Monday and help would be great

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2/9/16 8:47 PM CST
FYI The hearing has been moved to room 328 NW.

Thought this should be posted on the Madison chain boards to help spread the word. I copied from the the Stoddard and Genoa posts.

Lake-Linkers this is Paul Smith at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel with an update on the railroad crossing issue. This confirms information recently posted by Ted P. and Mark C.

The railroad crossing legislation authored by Rep. Nerison is called Assembly Bill 876, or AB 876. He got five other legislators to sign on with him.

Here's the web address for info on the Legislature's website: http://docs.legis.wisconsin.gov/2015/proposals/ab876

It is scheduled for a public hearing this Thursday, Feb. 11 at 9 a.m. at the Capital.

It's important to have a good showing of support at the hearing.

Also, there's the chance for more legislators to add their names to the bill. So keep calling your representatives in both the Assembly and Senate and ask them to sign on or at least support the bill.

This could be the best chance to get a positive change in state law for our public access to the Mighty Mississippi. It obviously also would have benefits to other areas where people need to directly cross railroad tracks to reach hunting and fishing grounds and for other recreation.

Thanks and good fishing.

[This post was last edited on 2/10/16 at 5:49 PM]
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2/9/16 8:43 AM CST
Thank you. I have been gone for a week so have not been out. Just wanted to make sure it's still somewhat safe.

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2/9/16 6:12 AM CST
Yes 14" off shore is probably accurate ice depth info. However get near shore in many locations and there is 4-6" in lots of spots. I was fishing the north side of the lake yesterday and there was 6" of ice 250 yards from shore. Make sure if you drive out you know where your going. There has been a few vehicles swimming so far this year. I'm sure a few more will joking the wet wheel club.

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2/8/16 10:57 PM CST
Ice Depth: 14"
14" thats the average

Pattermann
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2/8/16 10:19 PM CST
Can someone please give an ice report.

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2/7/16 3:20 PM CST
Yes there will be a Rock River walleye league. Sometime in April it starts. Someone will post start date in April.

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2/6/16 12:54 PM CST
will there be a rock river walleye liege this year?

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2/5/16 4:37 PM CST
Norm's is putting it on.

Huntin2
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2/5/16 4:13 PM CST
Where would I find more info on the derby tomorrow.

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2/5/16 2:31 PM CST
Good luck tomorrow Kosh Kid. I want to see a win by you.

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2/5/16 2:18 PM CST
Why is it when im waiting for school to end it seems like forever, but when im ice fishing the time goes super fast. 245 cant get here fast enough.

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2/5/16 9:43 AM CST
Be very careful off of Theibou Point. A buddy just found this.

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