O'Leary Lake

Grant - Wisconsin


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  • 93 followers

  • 1 spots

O'Leary Lake is a 7 acre waterway in Grant County, Wisconsin. It has a maximum depth of 14 feet. Panfish and Largemouth Bass can be found here. Visitors have access to public lands or parks. The water clarity is .

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O'Leary Lake Fishing Reports

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  1. 3 lb. 2 oz. 16.0 in. Largemouth Bass with a Bill Lewis Super Nova Rat-L-Trap

  2. Tree/rocks below dam

    Smallmouth Bass with a Yum crawbug

  3. 3 lb. 23 in. Smallmouth Bass with a jointed perch colored minnow crank

  4. Big boy put up a good fight!

    8 oz. 9 in. Redear Sunfish with a Nightcrawler

  5. Caught casting parallel to shore. Silver seems to be the ticket here with the main forage being shad and shiners. "Noisy" baits also seem to perform well ...more in the stained water (which is to be expected)

    3 lb. 8 oz. 18 in. Largemouth Bass with a White Mepps Silver blade

  6. We caught numerous pike in this area most of which were on minnows

    7 lb. 28 in. Northern Pike with a white mepps silver blade

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  8. Smacked the saugers pretty hard with one-eyes in a firetiger/perchy patern towards the front of the barge.

    2 lb. 17 in. Sauger with a One-eye

    1. Noah Humfeld 0
      Jordan it was delicious! Tim, most saugers run small (10-15"). A big one is anything 17" to around 21-22". They generally seem to prefer dirtier waters ...more like the Mississippi and the Lake Winnebago system.
    2. Jordan Truttschel 0
      There all trophies when they are mixed with butter and onions!
    3. Tim Steinmetz 0
      Nice sauger! I've never caught one of those. I'm not sure why we don't have them around here. How big to they tend to run? What would you call a trophy ...more sauger?
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  9. Caught a TON of pike on just about everything I threw! The hottest bait was the echotail, cast out, gently ripped, then left to fall and lay on the bottom for a ...more second or so. The fish actually picked the lure up off the bottom!

    5 lb. 36 in. Northern Pike with a Vibrations Tackle Echotail/Rapala Husky Jerks/Curly Tail Grubs on Jigs

    1. Jordan Truttschel 0
      The common great white toothy... Mean muggin us!

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