1. needed to catch some bass but not much luck. this guy showed up though.

    Saugeye with a rapala xrap

    1. JAMES HIMEL 0
      There always seems to be a little yellow addendum sign posted under the creel limit signs at launch sights at places where you'll find them. I think they are ...more stocked though. It's a good addition in my opinion. If they taste like Walleye, thats an awesome fish for those out there looking for keepers.
    2. danny rodgers 0
      i heard they do but that is just here say i don't know it to be a fact i know i caught one at taylorsville lake also
    3. Timothy Nelms 0
      There's Saugeye's in Guist Creek? Do they stock them.
    4. danny rodgers 0
      never mind i see where you listed it
    5. danny rodgers 0
      i caught one of those at taylorsville today what is it lol
    6. danny rodgers 0
      nice job i have never seen one of those at guist or anywhere else
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  2. 18 in. Largemouth Bass with a chatterbait

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  3. from my kayak! must be Christmas cause I got a sleigh ride. week on Geneva continues to be incredible.

    Northern Pike with a rapala deep diving crank

    1. John Corrao 0
      how the heck did you catch that in a kayak, it’s huge!
    2. JAMES HIMEL 0
      20 ft.
    3. Patrick clayton 0
      nice! how deep were you fishing
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  4. been having a blast catching these largemouths up here at lake geneva WI these last two days. three days left

    18 in. Largemouth Bass with a deep diving massive crank

  5. man, I thought this thing was gonna be a real toad. # wherearemylargemouths

    catfish with a skirted jig w speed worm

  6. purple zoom dead ringer on a football strikes again.

    Largemouth Bass with a purple zoom worm on a shaky head

    1. JAMES HIMEL 0
      Super frustrating, I'm back at one of the lakes I grew up on in Wisconsin this week having so much fun. High visibility, vegetation, structure, it's got ...more it all. Natural lakes are my preference for sure.
    2. Zach Barnes 0
      Thank you, and your right it is a frustrating lake. Haha
    3. JAMES HIMEL 0
      Black, with blue flake or dark purple colored plastics. I work jigs, some Texas or football shaky heads. Work slow. Sometimes shad looking poppers in the mornings ...more have some luck for me but never big fish. It's a frustrating lake lots of pressure.
    4. Zach Barnes 0
      I'm new to taylorsville lake fishing and over the last couple weeks I have come up with a few short fish. I'm fishing in the evenings and have tried every ...more thing. Any recommendations on spots or baits. I catch and release also if that matters.
    5. Eddie Goode 0
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  7. pitching to a down tree. little buddy slammed it.

    Largemouth Bass with a purple zoom worm on a shaky head

    1. JAMES HIMEL 0
      Thanks Eddie.
    2. Eddie Goode 0
      nice bass James
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  8. the bass wasn't that impressive so I thought I'd show off the bald eagle I saw instead. kayak fishermen have all the luck!

    1 lb. 7 oz. Largemouth Bass with a skirted jig craw trailer

    1. JAMES HIMEL 0
      it's pretty incredible to see them and they will let you get real close. The Heron are way more skittish. The Eagles will all sit right in the tree while you ...more pull up underneath them. You gotta watch the lake though. We always see them fly out, grab a snack and then follow them back to wherever they land.
    2. matt wolf 0
      Thanks James, my wife is a big "bird nerd".maybe I can convince her to go to the lake with me more often.
    3. JAMES HIMEL 0
      All the way at the southern end by the salt river. Saw one again today. Right around the van buren or channing boat ramps. See them there more often then I don't.
    4. matt wolf 0
      what part of the lake did you see the bald eagle on?
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  9. over the weekend

    Largemouth Bass with a crankbait

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