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eckes
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4/12/14 9:17 AM CST
Wife was sleeping so I snuck off this AM to my little trout stream by Windsor, finally landed one! Nice fat 16" brown- got to use new net- never even touched the fish Smile Moved to 4 different spots, saw 2 more chase- no takers though- one was nice around 18-19" I would guess. Also got to see 6 deer. Nice morning. Good luck all! J

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4/11/14 10:49 AM CST
fished the plover and tomorrow rivers yesterday in the areas open for early season fishing. Both were a little high but water clarity was pretty good. Never saw a fish. There appeared to be a small hendrickson hatch at both places but never saw a fish rise...saw some really nice looking water though. Other than the howling wind it was a beautiful day. Not much bank access on the plover between the 2 hwys but plenty of bridges. I am still a little shocked that I didn't even move 1 fish yesterday and that I didn't see one riser to the hendricksons as they were definitely thick enough that you would expect the trout to be eating them readily.

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4/8/14 9:54 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny
Nice couple of hours out on the Brule. The steelie hen ate a giant bug, and the brown ate an egg. TONS of snow still makes getting around in the woods a project. But not many people are willing to fish areas where you can't see the river from the parking area, so you can find some solitude on the river. Lots of time yet for spring trips!

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JASON STEWART
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4/7/14 9:00 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny
Had a great little session during lunch today. Went two for three in about fifteen minutes of fishing. (It did take about half an hour of snowshoeing one way...) Big one was close to or over 21, and little skinny one is 17-18.

Size 10 Bead Head Black Prince with a size 12 reg. prince behind.

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4/7/14 4:23 PM CST
My bad Brooky, I assumed you were talking about the Portage County stretch

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4/7/14 3:48 PM CST
Fish are not made of glass. Wet your hand, take a pic and send them back home.

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4/7/14 2:26 PM CST
I just read the regs again and it looks to me like it is open for early season between hwy 153 and hwy 29. So if you can chime back in on the water conditions...

Marathon county—Black creek (mouth at T27N R7E S4), Black creek (T30N,R3E), Grass creek, McGinnes creek, Fourmile creek, Noisy creek, and Plover river from STH 29 downstream to STH 153

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4/7/14 2:11 PM CST
I'm new to trout fishing and was hoping for some advice on where to fish in northern Oconto, Lakewood area. What, where and when? Much appreciated! I heard Water temp is best around 55 degress?

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4/7/14 1:21 PM CST
The Plover doesn't open until May 3rd

brooky
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4/7/14 9:28 AM CST
can anyone give me the current conditions of the plover river...is it super high from runoff...gonna give it a try for the first time thursday its a long ride just want to know that its not gonna be chocolate milk.

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4/7/14 9:27 AM CST
I've been streams in pierce county with a lot of luck . Have caught lots of 16-20" browns this year already with two over 22" good luck keep fishing. I'm finding that very slow retrieves in deeper holes have produced best early morning with mid day they seems to move to shallow drift less areas or skinny waters hope this helps good luck all

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4/7/14 6:59 AM CST
What is it that you peope do not understand. Photograph your trout in the stream. Removing them from the stream, laying them on the bank or holding them up for a photo removes the protective coating on the fish. This results in disease or death. Photos look much better in a net that is submerged in the stream. It will also save the fish. It will be interesting to see how many people comprehend this paragraph in future photos.

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4/6/14 10:55 PM CST
Got out for 3 hours and caught 2 nice brookies and 3 smaller ones all on a small rooster tail! This weather is awesome... Ps-before dark was the best

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4/6/14 9:06 PM CST
Some more! Pretty cool fishing next to ice! Cool

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4/6/14 8:59 PM CST
Got out a couple times recently. Was out yesterday with my brother with pretty bad luck. Ended the day with a chub and a bunch of panfish from a pond. No trout yesterday. Today was a different story, best day in my life! My friend got a 16" brown right away, then I got a 14" brown and the next cast a 18" brown. With 5 people today we ended with 7 browns. They were from 12 to 18". Only two were 12" and the rest were 14" and above. We also lost a lot. A 20+ right by shore. Best day this season and beat my PB with a 18". Good luck and tight lines! Cool

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