Lake Redstone Fishing Report near Reedsburg, Wisconsin

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Ice Report for Lake Redstone

on February 24th

The ice is anywhere from none to 12 inches right now. It is very soft during the middle of the day though. The shorelines are also sketchy. I am afraid that you are limited to walking. Life jackets and picks of life are also a good idea. Good luck fishing!


Ice Report for Lake Redstone

on January 20th

There are areas of the lake where the ice is quite thick (7 inches). But there are also areas that are still pone. If you go out make sure you are super safe. Bringing a buddy, rope, lifejackets, picks of life, and a spud bar are all really nice to have. Good luck fishing!


Fishing Tips for Lake Redstone

on September 21st

If you are looking for crappies they are biting well near brush on jigs, jigging spoons, soft plastics, and live bait. The muskies can be found near the weed lines, fallen trees, drop offs, and rocks. Good luck fishing!


Fishing Tips for Lake Redstone

on September 6th

The panfish and muskies are biting rather well lately and in good size too. Try fishing near minnows, wood, weed lines, drop offs, and the two silos in the middle of the lake (that's just a rumor though but it's said there are huge crappies on it). Try fishing spinners, jigs, soft plastics, live bait, and crank baits. Good luck fishing!


Fishing Tips for Redstone Lake

on August 1st

The fishing right now is typical of Redstone for this time of year. Which means there are a bunch of nice fish being caught but you have to work for them. If you want to catch game fish try fishing drop offs, weed edges, deep rocks, humps/bars, and over deep water with crank baits, spinners, jigs, live bait, and soft plastics. For panfish try fishing the weed edges and 10-25 feet of water with jigs, live bait, and small crank baits. Good luck fishing!


Good luck fishing!

on June 10th

Crappies: The crappies have been biting really well lately with both numbers and size being caught. Try fishing fallen trees in the bays. If that does not work try drifting and jigging the drop offs. Mini mites, minnows, and small crank baits work in both spots. Largemouth Bass: The bass can be found hiding in fallen trees, near weed edges, and feeder creeks. Try fishing with spinners, plastics worms, and plastics frogs. Musky and Pike: There have not been a ton of musky and pike caught lately but the ones that do get pulled out have been nice. Try fishing in bays with weeds, fallen trees, and feeder creeks. If you can find a bay like that near deep water there will almost always be fish in it. If you can’t find fish in any of the bays try fishing drop offs, rocks, and transion lines (places where it goes from sand to mud or something like that). Use soft plastics, crank baits, and spoons in orange, northern pike, and carp colors. Good luck fishing! Smallmouth bass: You can catch smallmouth bass by fishing drop offs, rocks, and transion lines with jigs, live bait, and soft plastics. Good luck fishing!


a lot of nice fish

on April 26th

Redstone Lake houses a lot of nice fish in it murky depths. Some of the best fishing is for walleyes, muskies, and both kinds of bass. In the spring fish any of the dozens of small bays and coves. Try weed edges, fallen trees, and over the main lake the rest of the year. I would consider trying crank baits, spinners, and soft plastics, in bright colors. Good luck fishing!


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