Fishing Photo Page

One of the best indicators of water quality in any lake is the health, number, and variety of fish that live there.

Water tests only measure a limited number of factors that represent a short period of time. 

A healthy fish population depends on many aquatic organisms surviving 24/7, 365 days a year.

Many thanks to the Lake Mohawk Sportsman Club for recording important fishing information.


OUR LAKE MOHAWK FISHING EXPERTS

L:) :) K what Daddy's Little Girl Caught!!

August 5th, 2012

Congratulations Jillian!!!

Yes Joe....I resized Jillian's photo to make the fish you caught look larger : )

 

 

      Dave 2.29 pound bluegill caught June 5th, 2011                 -                   "Johnny Jr." having fun in Bay 8          

 

This photo is from May 15th, 2010.

This little girl caught her first Bass on artificial bait dragging a tube in the marina.

 

Thank you

 Nina and Dane

(Great Looking Fish from Lake Mohawk)

 

 

Fishing - The ideal fishing lake consists of approximately 35% aquatic macrophytes (plants).  The graph below shows the relationship between the amount of aquatic plant cover and the largemouth bass/sunfish population in a lake.   As the graph indicates, when plant cover becomes less than 35%, the relative fish production of both sunfish and bass declines.  Conversely, as plant cover increases above 35%, the largemouth bass population declines while the sunfish population increases.  In summary,  aquatic plant cover to some degree is required to maintain a healthy fisheries.

 

 

 

 

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