Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Northern Wisconsin fishing

Fishing activity has improved, particularly with walleyes on river systems with low water. Flowages are several feet below normal and most lakes are experiencing fro one to three-foot foot drops in their levels.
Muskies are beginning to move into fall feeding patterns. Early morning and late afternoon hours produced the best action, and the favorite lures have been bucktails, jerk baits and top-water lures fished over the weed beds and near the deep weed edges.
Bass fishing is starting to become erratic, with some days producing some very good action and other days finding bites hard to come by. Largemouths have been found near mid-depth structure such as logs and stumps, weed lines and bog edges. Soft plastics and jig/craw combinations have been the most successful lures and the early morning afternoon period has produced the best catches.Fishing tips forum

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