Lake Nokomis

Oneida - Wisconsin


  • 27 catches

  • 463 followers

  • 49 spots

Large, irregular impoundment known for Walleye, bass and panfish. Fluctuating water levels add to the challenge. Ample cover in the form of weeds, wood and rocks.

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Lake Nokomis Fishing Reports

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  1. 21 in. Smallmouth Bass with a Red Buckshot with a Shiner

    1. Todd Greeneway 0
      beauty! anyone have any tips for fishing nokomis late sept or early October?thanks
    2. Todd Greeneway 0
      beauty! anyone have any tips for fishing nokomis late sept or early October?thanks
    3. Todd Greeneway 0
      beauty! anyone have any tips for fishing nokomis late sept or early October?thanks
    4. Todd Greeneway 0
      beauty! anyone have any tips for fishing nokomis late sept or early October?thanks
    5. Scott S 0
      That's a nice one
    6. Josh Sommerville 0
      Good Smallie JasonπŸ‘πŸ»
    7. Robert Coleman 0
      I bet THAT was a blast Jason! Awesome Smallie! πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»
    8. David Froehlich 0
      Nice smalley
    9. Debbie Ferguson 0
      Wow! Nice bass!
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  2. Black Crappie with a Jig and waxie w/ mustache plastic

  3. My Niece and I got this nice Walleye on a minnow!

    Walleye with a Tip Up

    1. mike callas 0
      Great job girl. Nice catch!!! Keep on fishn!
    2. Jon Giacalone 0
      Good fish, great pic!
    3. james hanson 0
      awsome fish
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  4. Northern Pike

    1. Todd Martinson 0
      I agree, but please know we had 4 solid inches that day and caught plenty of fish. Cheers!
    2. Richard Hill 0
      That ice sure doesn't look very thick man
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  5. 10 and a quarter inches I caught this buet at 5:33

    Yellow Perch with a Hook and worm's

    1. Alex Westlund 0
      What the heck it autocorrected I ment jeren
    2. Alex Westlund 0
      Jeremy you suck at fishing
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  6. Northern Pike with a Cant tell

    1. Pete Garm 0
      I say catch em and eat them all.. what the f* good are they other than for eating, once youve mastered the Y bone cut.. never heard of a "pike tournament" ...more and if one exists, can't imagine the payout is worth fueling your boat for. one less pike is another surviving trout or bassπŸ˜‰
    2. Jeren ostrowski 0
      The small ones were gut hooked i was using a jig and twister
    3. Steve Wendt 0
      i dont know man, you got PIKE I wouldn't keep because they're to small and the others are to big and preggers! I fish for fun tho! the lakes need less baby ...more pike I guess.
    4. Noah Shapiro 0
      Ok
    5. Jeren ostrowski 0
      That is a bogus comment Lander
    6. Steve Wendt 0
      You keep big smallmouth to eat? Wow
    7. Patrick Empey 0
      "I keep everything I catch"
    8. Jimbo Harwood 0
      lmao
    9. Steve Wendt 0
      I think I took a few of those fatties home from the bar years ago! πŸ˜•πŸ”«
    10. Pete Garm 0
      I just got it.m with a can't tell lol🀣
    11. Robert Coleman 0
      Holy S***!!!!! That one is HUUUUUUGE!!!!! Hope she went on the wall and not in the freezer! Nice catchπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
    12. joathan cheney 0
      should have let the big mama live
    13. Pete Garm 0
      look how fat!!! she ate her mate
    14. mike callas 0
      And it's closed season on most lakes. Nice catch though!
    15. Noah Shapiro 0
      Fat!
    16. Jimbo Harwood 0
      Wow!! AND yes they are!!
    17. Steve Wendt 0
      2 of them are full of eggs!!!
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  7. 10 Pounds!!!

    Largemouth Bass with a Bandit 200 Series Crankbait

    1. Jimbo Harwood 0
      Nice catch.. not a 10.. 6 maybe 7.. still a huge bass though.
    2. Kenneth Olivo 0
      That's a monster bass
    3. Capt Morris Campbell 0
      How long is that fish?
    4. Jeren ostrowski 0
      No it is not
    5. lander schade 0
      bull shit its fake
    6. Bryan Harper 0
      Great catch!
    7. Capt Morris Campbell 0
      Wow?????!!! I agree Noah.
    8. Jeren ostrowski 0
      Yeah thanks!
    9. Noah Shapiro 0
      Wow !!!!!??!?!!??! That's huge
    10. Robert Coleman 0
      HAWWWG! πŸ·πŸ·πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
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