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FISHING REPORTS
from some of the BEST PLACES TO FISH !


1st January, 2009: FISHING REPORT:  Wausau, Central Wisconsin Area
by Joel DeBoer of Wisconsin Angling Adventures

Solid ice conditions in Marathon County have led to ample angling opportunities for anglers looking to sample the fine local ice-fishing. In most areas anglers are able to drive four-wheelers and snowmobiles safely onto the ice and many others are finding the ice safe enough to drive cars and trucks on. Regardless, fishermen should pay heed as current and springs can still lead to unsafe ice.

Panfish activity has been good as of late, with numbers of bluegill, crappie, and yellow perch being accounted for. Depths of water from 3’-8’ are holding the most fish, especially when structure such as wood or weeds is present. Drilling a number of holes in a likely area before beginning fishing is a good strategy that will allow you to move with the fish, and hopefully avoid wasting time drilling additional holes or spooking fish when the bite slows down. Small jigs tipped with waxies or panfish-sized Berkley Powerbait offerings have been consistent fish catchers, with colors such as gold, orange, and chartreuse being productive of late.

Northern pike activity has been very good with plenty of activity from the ‘water wolf’ to keep anglers interested. The increased traffic and thickening ice has slowed the ultra-shallow bite some, so begin in depths ranging from 4’-10’ as they have held the best action and largest specimens as of late. Structure is again key to consistency, with weed lines or sharp break lines good places to begin. Frabill Bigfoot Tip-ups baited with large golden shiners are an excellent presentation at this point in the season.

Anglers looking to score on walleye action will need to fish during the low light periods of morning and evening. Frabill Pro Thermal tip-ups rigged with small Mustad treble hooks and suckers or golden shiners are working well. Set up along the mouths of bays and flats or along points, especially those adjacent to deeper water. Areas containing bottom irregularities and sharp breaks have generally been more productive. It helps to have tip-ups set in a range of water depths as the fish will move as the light levels change. Make note of productive holes, as an area may remain good for several days in a row, and lend to identifying other areas holding fish at present. Happy holidays from our whole family at Wisconsin Angling Adventures!


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Joel DeBoer
Wisconsin Angling Adventures
 
Tel: +1 715-297-7573
joelthemuskyman@charter.net
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