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Fishing Dude!!
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2/24/16 6:02 PM CST
Conditions: Cloudy
Fished a section of the pine river in a different county. Conditions were perfect but got skunked. Nice to get out and get away from ice fishing. Water levels were pretty good. Didn't help that I forgot my spinner tackle box's at home lucky had one. But wasn't my color of choice. Tyler I'll take any help I can get. In the Oconto I've caught a fair amount of trout and the wolf I have only caught about 5 trout. But this was regular season. I wish it was regular season so I wouldn't be limited to streams thanks for the help

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tylerTGgrams
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2/24/16 5:27 PM CST
I used to fish the Oconto river in Shawano county a couple miles away from Cecil on highway 22, i fished the early season once there and I got a couple nice browns but it was later in the early season around April, i know that they stay in that stretch of river for a while i even caught a few on opening day of the regular trout season but when the summer comes and when the water level starts to lower they go up stream and even the smallies seem to slow down. theres a little town in oconto county called under hill i pulled a couple nice brookies and the guy fishing across from me pulled up a nice rainbow i didnt get a really good look but i know for a fact it was over 20 inches and in may to early june the smallmouth fishing is excellent. I wish I could give you more info if you want you can pm me and I can give you the exact locations.

Fishing Dude!!
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2/22/16 9:24 PM CST
Has anybody had any luck in Oconto county for the early trout season or the wolf in Langlade county? I'm really anxious to catch a trout in the early season. I know some of the wolf is froze up well was at least. Should I find slower flat water or stick to rapids I would think slower water so the fish use less energy. Any help I would really appreciate it. I wouldn't mind going to the driftless area but I am not familiar with it yet. I just want to get out and enjoy the scenery. Wednesday I am going no matter what. Going to be throwing Panthers and Rapala s!!!

muskymaina920
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1/17/16 8:56 AM CST
Looking for a decent guide to show me how to fish florence vilas or iron counties

one_more_cast
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10/8/15 9:39 AM CST
Was able to get out on the streams a few times before the season closed and I put together a short video of some of the highlights. Already looking forward to next season!

trouter
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10/2/15 7:41 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 56° - 60° F
My annual pilgrimage to Bayfield County is now history.

Pike's Creek had no salmon.

So I made a base camp at the Sioux River and I'm glad I did. The stream was full of salmon.

They were reluctant to take any presentation. They did take dark flies that slowly sank. They also hit some spawn sacks.

I did not land all the fish I hooked into. I did manage to take home a nice coho and a resident brown trout. The really big fish broke off and got away.

There was bear sign on Pike's Creek. There was none on the Sioux River.

I saw few grouse.

The inland season is closed now. So the spawning salmon are safe. The Brule River is still open.

The other fishermen were friendly despite fishing in tight settings. Great manners and cooperation made a difficult situation graceful and productive for us all.

Special thanks to Jeff and Steve and the others who shared a great week with.

Trouter

vmthtr
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10/2/15 3:07 PM CST
Spent the last weekend of Trout season throwing flies in the Driftless with my son. Ended up with 65 to net, with 17" the biggest. Mix of Brooks and Browns. Mostly Richland and Grant county. Had a blast and spent some quality stream time with the kid.

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Crappieslayerz
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9/29/15 9:19 PM CST
nvm i read when trout closes which is tomo lol

Crappieslayerz
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9/29/15 9:15 PM CST
im heading up to adams county this weekend and was wondering where a good spot to trout fish was i saw castle rock ditch and carter creek have trout and what to use if anyone is willing to let me know pm me any info will help thanks

yank_gooner
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9/25/15 4:25 PM CST
Solo Dancer, sent you a PM.

Solo Dancer
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9/25/15 4:05 PM CST
Looking to hit Bluff Creek in Walworth County. Can anyone give me some success stories or tips on the stream? Don't want to drive 45 minutes for nothing!

JASON STEWART
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9/21/15 11:18 AM CST
APFisher-

Also try a thermometer for the stream (I use use a meat thermometer...) When it starts pushing 70 degrees, you might find trout less active and released fish stressed to the point of death.

fishfinder101
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9/21/15 10:50 AM CST
Took my two girls down to the park yesterday and brought my spinning rod with me to sneak a few casts in on the local stream. Used a small barb less mepps spinner I found hung up on a log a couple years ago. Only caught 1 12 inch rainbow but had plenty of other similar size fish hooked up. There sure are a ton of trout in this stretch, mostly smaller ones but a great place to take the kids fishing.

one_more_cast
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9/20/15 2:24 PM CST
APFisher: In response to your post, using spinners instead of worms would be a good start to avoiding catching chub after chub. Otherwise if you are stuck on using worms and keep catching chubs, pinch off a chubs tail and put that on your hook. Works great for trout and the chubs are unable to pull it off your hook. Good luck

muskymaina920
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9/20/15 1:54 PM CST
The worms are your biggest issue was out that way yesterday too

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