Kegonsa and Waubesa lakes Wisconsin

Excellent Bluegill and Crappie fishing. Largemouth, Walleye and Northern Pike round out the featured species.


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Waubesa and Kegonsa were created by glacers that left their debris which damned the melting glacers and created the lakes 12,000 to 15,000 years ago. The present day Yahara River connects these two lakes with the other two lakes of the Yahara Chain Mendo...


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  1. 46 in. Muskellunge with a showgirl

  2. My daughters musky.

    39 in. Muskellunge

    1. Tim Steinmetz
      Congrats! That's an awesome musky! They sure aren't easy to catch either.
    2. Will Nemanich
      That's a great musky! Congrats
    3. Very nice
    4. Matthew Wood
      I still have never caught a Muskie :(
    5. Rich Pardy
      Congrats on that nice muskie!!
    6. Brad Paradis
      Congrats to her! Many adults are still searching for their first musky!
    7. Jon Giacalone
      Nice catch, great pic!
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  3. 40 in. Muskellunge

    1. Don Varese
      Fish have come on different colors. Perch, bluegill, firetiger. Depends on the day.
    2. Wht color
    3. Don Varese
      Trolling cranks
    4. Dude wht you be using
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  4. 40 in. Muskellunge

    1. Brian K
      Great catch! Looks like a healthy fish
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  5. 26 in. Walleye

    1. Don Varese
      Caught near hog island while fishing for musky.
    2. Where were you fishing
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  6. 40 in. Muskellunge with a showgirl

    1. Tim Steinmetz
      Gorgeous musky!
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  7. Out yesterday for the Take a Vet Fishing Event. Was a nice day on the water, but the fishing was tough. I know a couple of muskies were caught, and there was talk ...more of some crappies, but it sounded like lots of people struggled when we were talking to people over lunch.

    Our boat (Myself, Dan and Will, my two vets) landed 14 Largemouth (12-17") and a small pike...we also had about a half dozen other bite offs.
    Fished the same general area as the last two years, working scattered weeds. Everything was in 5 FOW or less and literally in the weeds...we didn't catch anything off the next contour break. Bite was best about 7:30, but slowed way down after 9am.

    Thanks to all the vets for their service, to the guides for donating their time, and to Jay and the board for pulling this together. See you next year.

    Cheers,
    CT

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    1. jonathan a
      where can we find a list of events such as this? is there a website?
    2. Rick Hunt
      Awesome event to sponsor. Being a 20 year veteran, it's nice to see events like this to reach out to our younger Vets. Thank you Sir.
    3. Jon, I wouldn't miss it. Not only is it something I want to be part of, Jay and the board have turned this into a very well run/executed event.

      Wishing I ...more could do some of the out of state ones, but it just won't fit into the schedule this summer.
    4. Jon Giacalone
      Great report, and thanks for supporting this event Christopher!
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