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Wisconsin Outdoor News Fishing Report – May 6, 2021

Fishing action better than average on the opener.

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Wisconsin Fishing Report – April 26, 2021

What and where they’re catching ’em from Green Bay to southern Lake Michigan to northern Lake Michigan.

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Wisconsin Outdoor News Fishing Report – April 22, 2021

The only reports of crappies being caught, and they were limited, are primarily taking place in deeper water. Look to spots just outside those shallow, traditional spring locations for suspended crappies or bluegills tight to bottom, until water temperatures again warm up.

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Wisconsin Outdoor News Fishing Report – April 8, 2021

Yes, it’s very early, but anglers are starting to catch crappies and panfish from boats and from shore.

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Wisconsin Outdoor News Fishing Report – March 25, 2021

Start looking to those traditional spring crappie spots as water temperatures warm.

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Wisconsin Fishing Report – March 11, 2021

Wisconsin Outdoor News readers from central and southwestern counties report some good stream trout action during the early season.

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Wisconsin Fishing Report – February 25, 2021

Another winter of walleye, bass, and northern pike seasons will come to a close on the state’s inland lakes on Sunday, March 7. Heading into that weekend, most reports still indicate fairly slow walleye activity.

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Wisconsin Fishing Report – February 11, 2021

Walleyes, panfish, and pike just weren’t very active in most areas – people reported seeing fish on their electronics, but getting them to bite through the cold snap was very difficult. Downsizing presentations and working them slower seemed to tip the odds in anglers’ favor.

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Wisconsin Fishing Report – January 28, 2021

The best walleye activity continues to come during low-light periods or the overnight hours and tip-ups with minnows are producing more fish than jigging with spoons. There seems to be better numbers of fish being caught in deep water, even after dark, in about 20 to 30 feet.

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