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sylvan-man7
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9/15/14 5:49 PM CST
hey whats been happening on the river any reports trout or salmon

mostlyfishing
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9/12/14 6:53 PM CST
As anyone seen any trout or salmon by the dam yet?

rivermasta98
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8/18/14 5:17 PM CST
been catching plenty of small northerns on the upper root over in caledonia lately. could someone give me some tips on the upper part of the root river? feel free to pm me. thank you!

PPKDude
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8/17/14 10:07 PM CST
Conditions: Cloudy
I went out on 5 Mile road at 6:30 pm for about two hours. We had a channel cat on the line at one point but it snapped off, unfortunately. Later on, my sister actually managed to reel in a decent sized crappie. It measured about 8 inches! It was a pretty good evening. Nice weather.

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chintastic
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8/12/14 10:37 AM CST
Sorry Edward "haataja" felcohands I shouldn't have got you all excited with an Indiana fish!

Edward Felcohands
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8/12/14 9:35 AM CST
He is doing is all a favor by "educating us"

NiteMite
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8/12/14 9:16 AM CST
So what you're saying is that the same person that said they caught one on the Grant Park / Oak Creek page also said on this page to go to Indiana … that there are no fish in yet? Well, how does that work? I thought we aren't to be giving false reports. Someone is liable to drive the distance, especially this time of year, to get a shot at a nice rainbow thinking they are starting. It's not very nice. He wouldn't be the same guy who tries to swamp the kayakers or the shore fishermen, would he?

huntthe40
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8/11/14 11:11 PM CST
Nobody caught any trout In grant park. It was a joke. He caught in Indiana. Read the reports. Not just the one with a pic. I'm excited for it to start but we have at least a month here. More than likely it will be at least six weeks before there is even a start of a run. And that will be nasty salmon. Not trout. They will follow behind shortly after the salmon start. Good luck to all when it does. Stay safe.

NiteMite
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8/11/14 8:19 PM CST
Someone posted a pic of one a day or so ago. That means at least one was in. It's starting.

big walleye master
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8/11/14 2:54 PM CST
There are no fish in grant part yet its to early

NiteMite
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8/11/14 1:43 PM CST
Could be in the Root. Someone was getting them in Oak Creek/Grant Park a couple days ago. Check the Reports page here. Good Luck

chintastic
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8/11/14 1:11 PM CST
once again...it would be a waste of your time bud! Head south to Indiana!

Bassman758
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8/11/14 12:58 PM CST
Coming up this weekend. With all the rain is river up? I know east winds have kept them off shore. Any browns running in? Thanks

allycat92
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8/4/14 7:03 PM CST
Where is the best place on root river to fish?

YouNeedKoolaid
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7/27/14 10:26 AM CST
Getthenet. Spinners are a good bet. Nothing big though. Stick with the panther Martin 2s and 4s. Or A smaller mepps. As long as you have a basic understanding in reading river patterns you can catch fish from Lincoln park all the way up to the dam. Even in the summer. Bring bug repellent. You'll need it.

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