Details: Lake Trout
Was on big green yesterday scuba diving. Water temp at 57 until the thermocline at 40 feet. Below the thermocline temp was 42 degrees down to 96 feet which is ...more the deepest i got yesterday.
The visibility has dropped to less than 3 feet at the surface, but was crystal clear... literally.... below 45'. You could see as far as your lights could shine... beautiful!
Also saw 4 separate juvenile lake trout between 85' and 90' deep. Sizes were about 6" to 10". They were at the muck bottom, about 4" up. Very cool to see those fish in their own habitat!
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Details: Smallmouth Bass with a Bagley Small Fry Crayfish
Been scuba diving big green a lot this spring.... water temp at the surface has warmed up to 46 degrees, it was 38 in early March. There is a thermocline forming ...more at 26 feet, temperature below there was 38 degrees last week. It's still 36 degrees below 100'.
I do a lot of fishing using scuba gear.... here is a video I made catching those awesome smallies!
I release most of what I catch... no worries. And those big fish at the end are giant carp... there are a lot of them in big green!
Muskie is the most sought after species. Panfish are plentiful. Nice Walleye.
The state record Northern Pike was pulled from these waters (38lbs). Good numbers and quality sized largemouth. Walleye and panfish a plus.
Green Lake is a 7920 acre waterway in Green Lake County, Wisconsin. It has a maximum depth of 236 feet. Panfish, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Northern Pike, Trout, Walleye and Catfish can be foun...
Twin Lakes is a 74 acre waterway in Green Lake County, Wisconsin. It has a maximum depth of 46 feet. Panfish, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike and Walleye can be found here. Visitors have access to Twin...