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FISHING REPORTS
from some of the BEST PLACES TO FISH !


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

Spring has arrived in Central Wisconsin, and the fishing has been awesome! With the opening of the general inland fishing season this weekend, anglers will be out in full force. Recent heavy rainfall in our area has been filling several area low reservoirs and raising water levels on local rivers.

As the walleye spawn has finished on local rivers, anglers have reported fast action on post spawn fish. Fish are being caught using traditional jig and minnow or floating jig heads tipped with a fathead along current breaks, as fish are actively feeding to recover from the recent spawn. Anglers casting shallow running crankbaits have also reported success working these areas with Rapalas and Smith Rattling Rogues.

Panfish action is starting to pick up as the shallower waters are starting to warm-up and fish are moving shallower in preparation for the upcoming spawn. Incidental large crappies are being reported being caught by walleye anglers along with white bass and some monster perch. As the weather continues to warm, anglers are encouraged to fish shallower water associated with stump or wood for these fish using small jigs and minnows.

The northern pike bite has been solid with good catches of large fish being reported from shallow bays and backwaters. Anglers casting shallow running stickbaits or smaller spinners have been the preferred methods.

Good luck on your upcoming fishing trips in the Central Wisconsin area. This area offers some of the best fishing in the state with plenty of variety and sights/sounds to see! Please remember to be safe on the water and to be a steward of the environment, we'll see you on the water...

For more information

Contact:

Joel DeBoer
Wisconsin Angling Adventures
 
Tel: +1 715-297-7573
joelthemuskyman@charter.net
"Fishing's our business... and business is good!"

 

 

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