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Going to be heading to Neshonoc soon and can't find out a single thing about the lake other than it is a reservoir. I will be doing some fishing. What are the structures/features of the lake? What species are present? What is the lake known for? Are any one species abundant or large?

Thanks for any help.

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Don't waste your time out there. LaCrosse river runs in on the east end, jumps over a dam on the west end, and continues on for 15 miles or so to the Mississippi. Bought the four day license, fished for about 6 hours on Saturday with a single bluegill to show for it. Sand and silt without a single stitch of vegetation in the whole thing, one deep spot in front of the dam (10 ft) and behind the delta where the river comes in (12 ft) and that's it. Nothing but 5-7 feet and really skinny water (<3) 80 yards offshore.

I guess a few people catch decent channel cats below the dam but that's about it.

Oh well, I took a good friend out and he was pretty excited just to be out fishing. He doesn't get to go out much. I will be back to hit some other more "fishy" 'Sconni lakes in due time. Maybe even this winter.

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