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June 11, 2009

Boulder Junction Area

Walleyes can be found in deeper water along any green vegetation. Crappie action varies from lake to lake, but they can be found wherever warmer water temps exist. Bluegills are beginning to show up in the shallows, but have not yet spawned. Muskies seem to be more interested in following baits that striking right now. …

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Boulder Junction Area

Walleyes can be found in deeper water along any green vegetation. Crappie action varies from lake to lake, but they can be found wherever warmer water temps exist. Bluegills are beginning to show up in the shallows, but have not yet spawned. Muskies seem to be more interested in following baits that striking right now.

Season Dates

June 12:_Scup (porgy) season opens (party/charter boats) June 13:_Lake Champlain bass season opens. June 15:_Summer flounder (fluke) season closes June 19:_Catch-and-release, artificials only bass season closes June 19: Lake Erie trophy bass season closes June 20: Bass and muskellunge seasons open (statewide, general regulations) Fundraisers/Banquets June 6: Southern Tier WTU Banquet, 4 p.m., Brother’s 2.

Southeastern New York

The folks at Bob’s Sport and Tackle Center (914) 232-4085 said brown trout fishing remained good earlier this month, with an 8-pound, 4-ounce fish coming into the shop from Croton Falls Reservoir, and reports of some 11s and 12s also taken but not weighed in there. Walleye fishing was decent as well, with some good

Sturgeon Bay Area

A few chinooks are starting to show up, with reports coming in of fish taken by anglers trolling over the Bank Reef. A few brown trout were still being taken by anglers trolling south of the canal and up around Baileys Harbor out to about 40 feet of water. Browns also have been taken up

Madison Area

In Jefferson County, anglers were catching some white bass on the upper Crawfish River on Twister tails and flies. Some catfish are being caught on the Rock and Crawfish rivers in northern Jefferson and southern Dodge counties. Stinkbait has been the best bait lately, and some of the catfish were in the 3- to 4-pound

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