Kegonsa and Waubesa lakes

Dane - Wisconsin

  • 234 catches

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  • 161 spots

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


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Recent Activity

Shared activity and fishing reports on and near Kegonsa and Waubesa lakes

  1. Jigging for bluegill

    17 in. Smallmouth Bass

    1. Dan Riddle
      nice smally
    2. Dan Riddle
      hows the ice
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  3. Bluegill

    1. Rich Frohmader
      Nice gill. I was fishing right next to you and caught nothing!
    2. Clayton Drought
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  4. Jims first fish on a tipup. A great first! CPR.

    37 in. Northern Pike with a tip up

    1. Dan Nepscha
      Yep. She was released
    2. Dan Riddle
    3. Jonah Switzer
      What a monster! Nice catch!
    4. Kenneth Holmes
      Nice fish hope you put it back so I can have a go at it later
    5. Mitch Roth
      That's a fatso
    6. Rich Pardy
      Nice pike!!
    7. Drew Gierach
      That's an awesome first!
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  5. Perch on a tip up

    12 in. Yellow Perch with a shiner

    1. Dan Riddle
      nice one
    2. Achoo Adventures
      nice fish...
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  6. fun day nice fish

    1 lb. 9 oz. 13 in. Yellow Perch with a toad

    1. adam padfield
      Ice wasmt bad that day but id guess its sketchy now...
    2. Achoo Adventures
      nice fish
    3. Wayne Molitor
      Nice Perch. The ice must be getting pretty thin by now.
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  7. Northern Pike with a shiner

    1. Rich Pardy
      Great catch!!
    2. douglas monieson
      That is a great way to start ice fishing
    3. Drew Gierach
      What a great way to start ice fishing. Nice work!!
    4. Achoo Adventures
      WOW ..nice fish. its his firt fish on the ice ...What a Adventure
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  8. perch with a homemade

  9. 14 in. Largemouth Bass with a Senko

    1. douglas monieson
      nice catch!
  10. Details: gills

    1. I tend to fish shallow, sometimes it works, sometimes not. Lot of people do fish deep. let me know if one works better.
    2. Brian Poznanski
      I'm glad u said something I was bout to try slip bob at 12-18. Thanks for the advice
    3. hey Brian, I use nightcrawlers and fish the drop and weedlines at about 8 fow. Good luck
    4. Brian Poznanski
      if you don't mind me asking but what depth we're you fishing at? nightcrawlers, redworms?
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  11. Early morning smallmouth bite. If anyone can point me in a direction as to where I can get some more double spin jigs as shown below it would be appreciated

    2 lb. 17 in. Smallmouth Bass with a Double Spin Jig

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