I remember back in the late 70's early 80's we use to get stringers on mid 30" northerns below the dam early spring. I've got pics somewhere - pre digital.
Dubay Dam, Portage County
¶ Wisconsin River (including all sloughs, bayous, and flowages upstream to the first dam or highway bridge): F. Only walleye and sauger from 15" but less than 20" may be kept, except one fish may be over 28". Five northern pike of any length may be kept on Lake DuBay. Downstream from the Lake DuBay Dam, only one northern pike at least 32" may be kept and muskellunge must be at least 50". . From the Stevens Point Flowage Dam to the AlTech Park spillway, only one largemouth or smallmouth bass may be kept and it must be at least 18". Please note: The eastern boundary of the Wisconsin River and the Little Eau Claire River at Lake DuBay is the south-bound lane of I-39.
Fropm the 2018-2019 WDNR Regs
MOON PHASE (59%)
Below 40° F
Question, with all the snow melting, is fishing in a boat below the dam this Saturday gunna be unfishable conditions due to water flow/current? Yes, I know there is a link, none of those numbers mean anything to me as I don’t follow river flow etc...... thanks in advance!!