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Thursday, September 19, 2013

September 20th, 3013

Photo by Lawrence Saupe ©2006
Water Temperature: 66 Degrees at the surface. 
This temperature is taken by Scout Island the surface temperature at the dam is usually 4-5 degrees warmer.

The Water Level is down about 8 inches from last week. This means there is still plenty of beach and you can still go most of the places you could last week.




BE AWARE THAT THEY ARE PULLING THE DANGER BUOYS FROM THE LAKE!!!!
If you do not know where they are supposed to be - don't risk it!

The channel markers are still there as of today.

FISHING:

With the cooler nights - the fish are biting! Perch, Walleye, Bass and Trout! The sizes aren't spectacular, but the numbers are!

LEAF REPORT:
The wetter areas of the lake are colorful. The rest of the lake of just starting to be yellow. The cooler nights are bringing the change on quickly and we expect the north end of the lake to be beautiful by next Friday or Saturday.

Tip of the Week:
It is easier to clean off the bottom of your boat right when you pull it out of the water - while it is still wet! Allowing it to dry off will add another 2 hours to the cleaning process!

Monday, September 9, 2013

Photo by Amy Lanoue
The Water Temperature has dropped to 68 Degrees as the nights are getting colder

The Lake Level has dropped about a foot since our last report. There is still enough water to get around by boat but be sure to watch the channels and markers. There is allot of great beach! There is still NOT enough beach to ride the shoreline with 4 wheelers! It looks like a few were trying - Not Yet guys!

Make sure to get out there is you can! The water is calm,the weather is gorgeous, there is very little boating activity, and the leaves are starting to change in low lying areas - so the next couple of weeks are going to be beautiful!

Fishing:
Walleye are small ( 18" or so) but they are hitting great!
Trout are coming back with the colder weather

Tip of the Week:
Be sure to check your safety strap and hand winch when pulling your boat out of the water! If you don't your boat may NOT come out with the trailer!