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How and were to fish in wisconsin
Hello everyone I was wondering how and were to catch fish and wisconsin I am planning a trip there
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Re: [Fishythekid22] How and were to fish in wisconsin In reply to
wisconson is a big state. so a little more locolized info would be more needed.

how ever if you get near Milwalkie "sory spelling" there are a few oppertunities for stergeon perch and salmon.


If the Lord's willing, You'll be Blessed.
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Re: [Fishythekid22] How and were to fish in wisconsin In reply to
If you're looking for some good Chinook Salmon fishing you might try Door County. Take your own boat or charter. I have some detailed fishing maps and vacation information on my You Tube sight. Just type in WillCFish on a search engine.
Smallmouth at Washington Island or in the mouth of the Mink River.
There is also good walleye and huge perch fishing in Sturgeon Bay on the Green Bay side.
You can never go wrong with the Wisonsin River when boating pressure is low but the locals won't talk about it much.
Good Luck,
WillCFish
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Re: [Fishythekid22] How and were to fish in wisconsin In reply to
Wisconsin offers some of the best fishing in the country. Its vast selection of fresh water lakes are a delight for the beginner to the most time fisherman.
(This post was edited by flygoddess on Jul 10, 2012, 6:47 AM)