ASHLAND AREA Fishing is good on Chequamegon Bay. Many anglers fishing the Ashland side of the bay are catching mixed bags of brown trout, cohos, perch, northern pike, sturgeon, and smelt. There is about 16 inches of ice and people…
ASHLAND AREA The Ashland side of Chequamegon Bay has up to 14 inches of ice, with anglers out to the channel edge catching perch, whitefish, brown trout, splake, cohos, and even sturgeon. On the Washburn side, there is a “mob”…
One fact of note from the report: Minnesota hunters shot more than a quarter of their entire deer harvest on opening day of their primary firearms season.
Official entry score of 320-5/8 makes it only the fifth hunter-taken nontypical whitetail to exceed 300 inches in history.
AMERY AREA Hit Round Lake in 10 to 12 feet of water for sunfish, crappies, and walleyes early and late each day. You’ll find suspended crappies over 12 to 20 feet of water on Big Butternut Lake or North Twin…
Despite fewer hunters, kill totals up nearly 13 percent from 2017.
According to data from the Wisconsin DNR, the state sold about 824,500 deer licenses in 2017, about 50,400 fewer than 1999.
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