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muskymaina920
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10/4/14 9:22 AM CST
bp some of the trout streams have regs open till nov 15 th catch and realease read ur regs

trouter
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10/4/14 6:23 AM CST
Our stream is sandy. That sand hardens eggs and limits reproduction.

So even though our stream is very cold and springs keep the water clean and clear, fish populations are not the same as in other places.

The otters and eagles also limit trout populations.

I use rapala lures in brook or brown trout color. Keep them on the small size. About one inch long will do. 2 inches is also ok.

One section by the house the trout want flies. Like a beaded prince. Not sure why.

There is no stocking on our stream so the wild fish are warry. Unless they are really hungry, you only get one chance with your presentation.

I use 4 pound test line.

A cold windy overcast day with the glass dropping is my favorite kind of day for catching and releasing trout.

Trouter

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10/3/14 9:33 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 61° - 65° F
Fished a sand county stream last Saturday morning..beautiful conditions..right temp, etc....got out before sunrise. Had limited success on flies: hopper/dropper hare's ear with the local brookies. Swung some wet flies with no luck in deep holes.

My question for the experts and veterans: I spent a great deal of my limited fishing time this season in the sand county rivers and creeks. My success with sand county streams has traditionally been low compared to when I hit the driftless region. I have seen some enormous browns in these rivers and streams but they are hard to approach and difficult to pattern due to the fairly featureless and gin clear nature of some of the sandy places I fish. Hard to see consistency in hatches in these rivers, though plenty of stonefly nymphs under the rocks. Success is often at low light times. Are these rivers best fished at night? Maybe they are just not as fertile so not as many trout compared to driftless? Curious about more specific details so please pm me or email me at barrym4odha@hotmail.com

thanks for your time MB

bp213
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10/3/14 8:34 PM CST
Trout season is closed! Unless fishing a lake michigan or lake superior tributary!

muskymaina920
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10/3/14 7:44 PM CST
gong up to marinette county tom morning. is the menomine river any good right now? might fish peshtigo north of cty c any good access points any know of thanks

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10/3/14 11:31 AM CST
I know the coho numbers are way down this year.. we marked alot of fish out in that 60 foot range last weekend but I am guessing they were whitefish

trouter
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10/3/14 6:54 AM CST
Conditions: Cloudy Air Temp: 61° - 65° F
Thursday, I fished Pike's Creek. The stream was muddy and a little higher than it had been.

2 guys came back from the mouth while I was gearing up. They said they found only mosquitoes.

No one was at Red Dam. No salmon were there either.

I did not make it back to the Sioux.

Now I am home in the Dells.

Not sure about next year. Should I come sooner, before the inland closes and go way upstream looking for early salmon or snould I wait till mid October and soak spawn in a muddy stream ?

I did run into a charter guy who marked salmon at 75 feet off of Pike's Creek. But he could not catch any, either.

One thing is certain: Lake Superior is beautiful country !!

Trouter

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10/2/14 7:06 PM CST
Better late than never... Out sunday for the last trip of the year. Fished a few of the "sandy" Waushara cty streams. I must have landed 40 between 2 different access points on the Mecan. Absolutely no size though. Biggest of the day was maybe 11"


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10/2/14 3:04 PM CST
Hey trouter curious as to if you had any luck on the soiux today I tryed the mouth 2 nights ago with nothin to show thinking about trying tonight before the packer game

mostlyfishing
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10/1/14 4:04 PM CST
I know the season is closed. What are some good inland trout waters in southeast wisconsin. Please pm Thank you for any help.

trouter
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10/1/14 1:21 PM CST
Conditions: Cloudy Air Temp: 56° - 60° F
The tributaries to Lake Superior are low and clear. Today's rain should hopefully bring in more fish.

There are browns and coho in the Sioux River fish refuge, waiting for more water to swim past the big rock.

Pike's Creek is void of fish. There is no activity at Red Dam.

I'll be back out on the river in the morning, hopefully catching salmon before I am done !!

Tight lines,

Trouter

CLINCHKNOT
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9/29/14 9:37 AM CST
Greetings:

My brother and I fished North of Wautoma this past Saturday and did well. Some small brookies and many nice brown trout. Great trip to end the season. No monsters but lots of solid 12" browns on spinners. Not sure how many we caught but I know I landed at least 25 trout.

Best part was we had the whole stream to ourselves. The fall colors were nice too.

JASON STEWART
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9/23/14 5:42 AM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny
Went out Sunday for the last stream trout fishing of my season, down in the Driftless. Things started out great, it was cloudy and a light mist was falling. The fish were aggressive and rising. Small terrestrials worked for the risers and streamers attracted larger fish. Then the sun came out.....and everything came to a screeching halt. Not many days left in the season, get out while you can!

[This post was last edited on 9/23/14 at 5:44 AM]
trout8320
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9/19/14 5:51 PM CST
Hey guys I'm looking for some good spots for fly fishing catch and release. I'm from Chicago looking to drive about 2 hours.

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trouter
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9/19/14 5:24 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 61° - 65° F
I stopped by the honey hole where I found the buck brown and nothing was there. Not even the crappie.

So I moved upstream and landed and released a small brown.

I drove to another spot in Marquette County.

The bluegill hole on the trout stream was full as always. I kept 10 gills, 2 crappie and one bonus buck brown. The brown had a bluegill minnow in him and a crappie minnow in him plus one larger dace shaped minnow.

Everything is cleaned and the mess in the kitchen cleaned up. Time to get cleaned up, myself !!

Leaves are falling and the wind is up.

Go catch a trout !!

Trouter

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