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Location: Brushy Creek Lake
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Full Report: Brushy Creek: Walleye - Good: Anglers have had success fishing with leeches in about 15-20 feet of water. Bluegill - Good: Bluegill are being caught on wax worms and leeches in about 5-10 feet of water. Black Crappie - Good: Crappie are being picked up in 10 feet of water. Muskellunge – Good.


Location: Brushy Creek Lake
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Full Report: Brushy Creek: Walleye - Good: Anglers are having success fishing with leeches and live minnows with a slip bobber. Leeches have been most productive. Bluegill - Good: Bluegill are being caught in 10-15 feet of water on crawlers and minnows. Black Crappie - Fair: Crappies are spawning and can be caught near shore in 4-5 feet of water using minnows and crawlers.


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Full Report: Brushy Creek: Walleye - Fair: Anglers have had some success fishing with leeches and live minnows with a slip bobber off the fishing jetties. Bluegill - Fair: Bluegill are being caught in 15 - 20 feet of water. Muskellunge - Fair: Anglers have had success catching 30-40 inch fish. Black Crappie - Fair: Crappies are spawning and can be caught near shore.


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Full Report: Brushy Creek: Bluegill - Slow: Anglers have reported catching bluegill in about 10-15 feet of water using waxworms and crawlers.


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Full Report: Brushy Creek: Bluegill - Slow: Anglers have reported catching bluegill in about 15 feet of water using waxworms and red worms.


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Full Report: Brushy Creek: Expect bluegill and crappie fishing to pick up near shore and submerged structure with warming water temperatures over the week.


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Full Report: Brushy Creek: Ice conditions throughout the lake are deteriorating quickly and are unsafe. Ice fishing is not recommended. For those seeking open water opportunity, below the spillway at Brushy is open.


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Full Report: Brushy Creek: Ice varies from 12 -15 inches. Bluegill - Slow: Some bluegills are being picked up in 20-30 feet of water with a small jig and wax worm. Anglers have had luck fishing the west side near the timber in about 20-25 feet of water. Yellow Perch - Fair: Yellow perch 6-10 inches have been picked up in 20-25 feet of water near the west end of the lake. Small jig and wax worms work best, with larger perch biting on a small spoon with minnow head. Black Crappie - Fair: Crappies are being caught in 20-30 feet of water on submerged structure. Anglers are having luck using a minnow and spoon. Wax worms and spikes on a small jig have also picked up fish. Walleye - Slow: A few walleye have been caught in about 20 feet of water.


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Full Report: Brushy Creek: Brushy has about 10 inches of good ice. Fishing on the south end of the lake continues to be popular this week, with anglers targeting the Taylor's Island and Cedar Point areas. Bluegill - Slow: There have been some reports of anglers picking up bluegill in about 30 feet of water. Yellow Perch - Slow: Anglers have been picking up a few yellow perch towards the west end and in the south end while fishing for crappie. Black Crappie - Fair: Anglers are catching crappie in depths of 28-31 feet and also around 40 feet of water using minnows and spoons. A few are also being picked up using wax worms on various colored jigs (orange predominant). Walleye - Slow


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Full Report: Brushy Creek: Brushy has about 10 inches of good ice. Fishing on the south end of the lake continues to be popular this week, with anglers targeting the Taylor's Island and Cedar Point areas. Bluegill - Slow: There have been some reports of anglers picking up bluegill in about 30 feet of water. Yellow Perch - Slow: Anglers have been picking up a few yellow perch towards the west end and in the south end while fishing for crappie. Black Crappie - Fair: Anglers are catching crappie in depths of 28-31 feet and also around 40 feet of water using minnows and spoons. A few are also being picked up using wax worms on various colored jigs (orange predominant). Walleye - Slow

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