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irishwalleye

Western Wisconsin Musky??

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Looking to take a quick trip across the border. Yellow is an option but are there any other productive waters just across the border?

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Bone Deer and the Apple River Flowage all have very good numbers. Bone is probably the easiest to fish of those. Don't forget trolling as a technique, as you can fish up to 3 lines.

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head over to eau clare you got lake wassota,chippewa river,holcombe flowage,eau clare river- wassota is were id go

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The musky fishing on Yellow has steadily gotten worse over the past 12 years or so. Not surprisingly, this also coincides with when they cut the stocking in half. There's still fish to be had. But it's much tougher than it used to be.

Aaron

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Polk, st.croix, barron, rusk county all 1- 1.5 hour drive from twin cities but jeff r are right st.croix aren't that far from t.c.

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Irishwalleye,

Bone, Deer, Wapogasset, Black Brook Flowage, Apple River Flowage, all within 30 minutes of one another. (POLK Cty.)

Bone/Deer are a zoo on weekends.

Cedar Lake (St. CROIX Cty.) near Star Prairie. Will throw a 50" plus from time to time. Gets green early.

(Big)Sand Lake (BARRON Cty.)4 miles west of Cumberland off of Hwy. 48. (Clear water lake)

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