The rain has opened the majority of the boat landings along the
Wisconsin River and its flowages, including lakes DuBay and Wausau.
Anglers are finding the cure for cabin fever by cashing in on the
area’s excellent walleye fishing, both from shore and boat. The
majority of walleyes are being found in deeper holes and current
breaks below dams and downstream of the dams. Bright jigs (orange
and chartreuse) have been working when tipped with a medium-sized
fathead minnow or 3-inch plastic bait. With the colder water
temperatures, slower retrieves have been producing the most action.
Anglers also are catching crappies, white bass, channel catfish,
northern pike, and other species.
Hooksetters, (715) 693-5843.
Wisconsin Angling Adventures, (715)_297-7573