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baraboo river, Sauk County

baraboo river, Sauk County
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4/17/21 @ 9:08 AM
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Austinsynn
USER SINCE 2/24/20

Persistence pays off

4/2/21 @ 9:59 AM
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Sandpike
Sandpike
USER SINCE 2/23/07

Great day of fishing it looked like.


[img]https://i.imgur.com/t0sG1c6.jpg[/img]

4/2/21 @ 9:36 AM
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Juneaucountywalleye
USER SINCE 2/7/21

Caught a 30 inch sturgeon in Lavalle. Didn’t know they were up this far yet

2/7/21 @ 11:46 AM
Juneaucountywalleye
USER SINCE 2/7/21

Has anyone had any success catching walleye above reedsburg on the river? Not looking for spots but maybe a couple tips would help. Thanks!


9/1/20 @ 10:47 AM
Austinsynn
USER SINCE 2/24/20

All sorts of varities, some hybrids mixed with largemouth too i believe.

8/31/20 @ 7:46 PM
fischkopf
USER SINCE 3/3/11

That fish is a green sunfish (also called mud bass, strawberry bass, etc.).  Similar color to a pumpkinseed but the head and mouth are much bigger.  Pretty common fish in southern Wisconsin rivers.  Don't get very big.

8/31/20 @ 7:31 PM
Sandpike
Sandpike
USER SINCE 2/23/07

That's it, yes, Pumpkinseed.  That was the other name we always called them growing up.  And yes they are very common, particularly around rocks and other cover.

8/31/20 @ 3:51 PM
DaveI
MEMBER SINCE 7/3/01

The panfish that the child is holding is a Pumpkinseed (Lepomis gibbosus).  These are very common through out Wisconsin, and the upper mid-west.


8/30/20 @ 8:39 PM
madguyfly
USER SINCE 4/16/20

Yep that fish looks like it came out of the baraboo for sure.  

And to echo how fish tend to take on the type of water they're in, I always think of the smallmouth I catch in tannin stained water that tend to be darker.  

8/30/20 @ 7:05 PM
Sandpike
Sandpike
USER SINCE 2/23/07

Yep, fish routinely take on coloring according to the water and vegetation they inhabit.  Not so much as chameleons.  But, I bet you will find most of the Lg Mouth bass of similar color.

That little fella is commonly called a Warmouth.  I call them strawberry bass, but I think that is only a local name from when I grew up.

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