Musky jump today
I did see a facebook post from today with a few pics of muskies below the dam, so it appears things are starting to happen. No idea if they were active or trying to jump or not.
Been wondering the same thing. Daughter and I stopped last year mid April there were jumpers but not super active. Saw vid from mid may last year was much better. Planning on going back down this spring but hoping someone can keep us posted.
I would be surprised. Normally the muskies start in April and both lakes are still ice capped.
Any muskies jumping by the dam yet? Want to show a friend what it’s all about!
Two guys, 4-6 tipups going from about 9 AM to 3 PM in 5-10 FOW all on the Wingra boats side. Zero flags. Lots of small gills, crappie, and a couple good sized perch for Wingra though still not eaters. Can't get a flag on Wingra this season at all. What happened?
No slush at all but much of the snow melted throughout the day. Lots of ice but could get sloppy if the warm temps and moisture continue.
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200’ off Wingra Park. 7 small blue gill and 1 small perch from 330-530pm.
went out by Vilas zoo there wasn't even any ice all slush foot went right through. would wait a little bit to go out there.
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There is a Vilas Park master plan in the works. I think Vilas Park drive may be getting a boat launch on the north side of Lake Wingra. This could be a good think for folks who need more parking. a better option than Wingra Park's parking lot.
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Fished 150’ off Winga Park and had tip ups in deeper water. A lot of really small blue gills on jigs. No luck on tip ups.