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vmthtr
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5/17/15 10:26 AM CST
First trip to Driftless this year. Picked up son after he finished his Soph year at Platteville. We fished Friday Morning with Len on a private stretch. He introduced us to landowner so we could go back again. We had 36 nice chunky browns to net between us and Len had about 12. He fished very little and let us do all of it. Was a great day. We finished the day and a couple hours Saturday morning and had a total of 80 to net. Great weekend.

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muskymaina920
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5/17/15 9:41 AM CST
hi i lost my fly rod while fishing the waupaca river sat morning. it was lost between cty q and cobbtown rd. any one finds let me know was a bad day

crappie killa
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5/14/15 3:37 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 56° - 60° F
Went to rowan creek by poynette. Manage to get a 11in brown and a big ass sucker. Had a few other bites as well. It was my first time fishing this creek. Boy what a chore. Lots of trees down in the creek.

yank_gooner
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5/14/15 1:33 PM CST
Poor guy. Could have been an otter...but good chance it's an old brooder.

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5/14/15 12:25 PM CST
Spent some time yesterday exploring some new water in Southwestern WI. Beautiful afternoon where I caught close to 30 trout (all browns) including this unique 16 incher which probably would have been 17 if his tail had not been chewed off. What do you think is the reason for this? Otter? Territorial breeding? Very unique either way. tight lines everyone.

mtuhusky2012
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5/13/15 8:25 AM CST
Conditions: Cloudy Air Temp: 56° - 60° F
Late report - Fished a few streams in the driftless region on Saturday and did fantastic. Caught about 40 on the day, including a 14" brookie and a 17" brown, both personal bests for me for a wisconsin stream. Many more brooks over 10" and browns over 13". all in all a fantastic day!

Reammy001
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5/10/15 7:32 PM CST
Im sure it does guys n i pride myself on being a decent trout fisherman and maybe i was a little harsh on that county as i usually fish oconto and forest counties. I agree about the stocking as well but where i was i talked to some locals and they said as well that there just isint any fish. it wont stop me from trying again the next time im there cuz a morning in the trout stream is better than a morning not in one. Thanks for the feedback

NorthwoodsLabs
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5/10/15 7:04 PM CST
i fished in langlade county. caught a bunch of small brookies. lost a brown 16-18 in.

as far as stocking, if a stream has natural reproduction it's a waste. only so many fish can occupy a stream, would rather have wild fish than hatchery ones.

i've found the wolf river to be pretty challenging for trout fishing

bp213
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5/10/15 6:04 PM CST
Not sure where you fished Reammy but langlade co has some fantastic trout fishing. Stocking only goes so far when no one releases anything. But again there is fantastic trout fishing to be had if you know where on what stretch and time of year...

Reammy001
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5/10/15 3:43 PM CST
Well fished friday on the wolf n had a few on with one really nice rainbow. Went back this morning and nothin. Found another stream that looked perfect but nothin again. Where the holes were and u just knew ther was gona b a trout there and nothing there. Fishing new streams always has its challenges but u know when u get to a spot that a fish should b there. Maybe the dnr need to do a lil stocking in langlade county or somthin but the streams there are pathetic. At least the ones i found anyway

Reammy001
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5/7/15 10:25 AM CST
Heain up to mole lake casino today til sunday does anyone no of any good streams around ther cuz im nringing all my gear n plan to spend the mornings fishin.

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5/6/15 2:01 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 71° - 75° F
Fished four Dane and Lafayette county streams this past weekend. Water is way too low. If you didn't sneak into hole, they were gone. Managed to land seven Browns, Rainbows and Brookies. Kept two on Saturday to have over fire with the boy while camping at Yellowstone Park. Keep low, be quiet, and work upstream, otherwise the trout will spook.

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5/6/15 11:56 AM CST
Bp awesome fish

PRICE COUNTY WISCONSIN TOURISM
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5/6/15 11:39 AM CST
Sunny skies and warm temperatures made for a great opening weekend and fishing pressure was rather heavy on many waters across the Northwoods. The highest angling activity was on the larger walleye waters, as well as the managed trout lakes and spring ponds. On the trout lakes, anglers found some very good success and most fishermen were catching some fish. Most of the trout were brookies in the 8 to 10-inch size, but some nice browns up to 18 inches long were also caught. While stream and river water levels were near normal, fishing pressure on the trout streams was rather light and reports of success were hard to come by. Walleye anglers found action to be generally good, tho success was best in the evening hours as the sun started to go down. Live bait combinations such as jig & minnow and slip-bobber rigs seemed to work the best, and some decent catches of walleye in 12 to 18-inch size were reported. The crankbait anglers did find some good action as well, especially when casting the shallows and mid-depth flats in the low-light periods. Northern pike action was only fair, with the fish seeming to prefer the live baits rigs and slower moving spinner baits. And somewhat surprisingly, bass action was pretty good, with smallmouth bass being a bit more active than the largemouth. Quite a few anglers reported catching some good sized smallies during the middle of the day when the walleye bite was slow. Panfish action was just starting to pick up, as crappie have started to move up into the shallow bays in pretty good numbers. A few crappie have already started spawning and some fair catches have been made along emergent weed lines, with small minnows fished a foot or 2 below a bobber. Some nice perch have been found on the mud flats where the green weeds are just starting to grow, and bluegill have also been moving up to the shallows in greater numbers. The best bet for these is to use a slip bobber with a small nightcrawler piece, and fish it over the mud flats and in the shallow bays. Skip Sommerfeldt - DNR Park Falls, WI

yank_gooner
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5/6/15 10:28 AM CST
Wicked brookie! What county were you fishing in? Bummed I couldn't get out last weekend, shooting for Sunday Funday!

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