Dells Pond

Eau Claire - Wisconsin

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  • 6 spots

Dells Pond is a 622 acre lake located in Eau Claire County. It has a maximum depth of 30 feet. Visitors have access to the lake from a public boat landing, public lands or parks. Fish include Musky, Panfish, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Northern Pike...

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  1. Doesn’t look 13” wasn’t even gonna post but what the hell. Whites are so skinny

    13 in. White Crappie

  2. Nice 14.25” had one up to the boat that made this look tiny.... bastard net!!🤬

    Black Crappie

    1. Chad M 0
      well you keep fishing that lake and you will get one. my bro does well there
    2. I only want one Musky I never caught one yet. If I keep trying I a Bound to catch one
    3. Fished today below Castle Rock Dam soaking 12inch suckers for Musky strike out again saw 4 caught
    4. Chad M 0
      it’s incredibly hard to stay on the big ones. they swim fast the whole time, never seem to stop
    5. Livescope is next on list in the spring.
    6. I actually fished that from shore with my son meet up with my son who lives in Duluth in May when Covid started
    7. Can catch them if you don't have your line wet. I am always up for trying new water.
    8. Chad M 0
      it’s always been such a tough lake but hold some of the best fish I know of. 13-17 perch and consistent 13+ crappies.... needed to get livescope to actually chase ...more down each fish. the big ones roam alone
    9. that lake sure is holding nice slabbers might have to take a ride and check out the water
    10. James Daniel 0
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  3. Details: Silly Seranos

  4. Details: Downtown Fishing Spot

  5. Black Crappie

    1. James Daniel 0
      Nice crappie
  6. 14 in. Black Crappie

    1. James Daniel 0
      Now, that is a slab Black Crappie
  7. Livescope is cheating.... all fish released!

    Black Crappie

    1. James Daniel 0
      Beautiful fish,
    2. Paid 1200.00
    3. I have a 1968 mirrocraft 14ft deep eve with a 25 hp iller And I catch fish and can go any size water I want to and troll planer boards out of it
    4. Chad M 0
      I’m into the livescope for about $3000 and about 800 for my hummingbird. it’s funny cause I’ve got about 6k into trolling motor and electronics in a 700$ boat. lol
    5. My wife thought I was nuts when I wanted a 800 dollar fish locator.
    6. Opps can't sit still
    7. Sorry you can sit still
    8. Same thing on Castle Rock Lake.Catch a few ,Move just 6 or 8 feet and you more. Seems like you can just sit in one spot
    9. Chad M 0
      I was in between two other boats that I never seen catch one fish. I was averaging one every other drop... if you didn’t know where the fish was to drop it on their ...more head they wouldn’t bite. had to hunt each fish down and drop it on their head, then boom! lol
    10. sorry produce more fish
    11. I know what your talking about with livescope. l bought a new helix 7 gn3 this spring upgrading from a hook 5. I can't believe the difference. the helix 7 does ...more produce more
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  8. 13 in. White Crappie

  9. White Crappie

    1. James Daniel 0
      Nice, yeah I use tubes most of the time when I am crappie fishing, it seems that I catch more fish on it.
    2. Chad M 0
      small white/silver glitter tube jig
    3. James Daniel 0
      Nice, sac a lait, what bait were you using.
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