Shoto / Mishicot Steelhead, Manitowoc County
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2/26/16 @ 5:32 PM
2/23/16 @ 11:59 AM
2/19/16 @ 4:16 PM
@meat3 You're completely right. I've had people get really cranky with me but I know I'm in the right. Keeping that in your wallet makes A LOT of sense. In a world of shrinking opportunities for the little guy (a.k.a. not a wealthy landowner), the state's Public Trust Doctrine is one of the few things that still makes sense.
2/19/16 @ 2:36 PM
asto me far as the discussion on private, trespassing, and all other laws regarding access. you can walk the shoreline of any navigable waterways in Wisconsin, at its high tide mark.I personally took the paragraph of the laws and put them in my wallet. I have gotten several landowners angry at me to the point they call the authorities, and I pull out the law of which most police officials don't know the trespassing laws offhand.you can google up that Wisconsin trespass laws of navigable waters and print out a copy!! It sure is nice to stick it in a rude homeowners face!!! I was actually duck hunting once upon a time in which I was sitting in a county park but my one foot was wet, a police officer just about lost his mind on me,until I showed him that ruLe
2/19/16 @ 9:34 AM
You may park on the road if there aren't specific rules prohibiting parking. Also, you may access the river via a bridge if you don't stray too far onto private property. Any obstructions may be crossed as they violate Wisconsin's Public Trust Doctrine - Look this up! Some people will try to tell you different and may even get in your face about it, but you're in the right. It's my understanding that once you're in the water, you have to keep at least one foot wet. That can be tricky in many of these places, especially during the spring when the rivers run high and dirty and you can't see the bottom. Bring a wading stick.
2/18/16 @ 8:24 PM
This will be my first year fishing for salmon/steelhead/trout during the spring run. Familiar with the two rivers area but other than that I am completely unaware of where are spots to get on the water, and most basic knowledge of the area and fishing. Looking to fish from two rivers to the mishicot area with the fly outfit. Any help would be greatly appreciated on where to get started. For example, can you just park on the side of the road by a bridge and wade in and fish? Thanks and tight lines.
2/18/16 @ 11:16 AM
2/18/16 @ 8:02 AM
Went through Tuesday mid day to check out the river. Froze solid from the last tail out all the way down to the lake. Also a large section of ice up by the big dam, for about 10 or 15' from the dam all the way to the fence on the river falls side. Not enough open water to fish.
2/18/16 @ 2:42 AM
1/18/16 @ 11:17 PM
If you know where you are going, you shouldnt have a problem getting fish. As mentioned below, if you arent familiar with the rivers or where the winter holes are, you will have a long day. I have also seen Habitual guide service with some nice catches already. Good advice nineweight!