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Wisconsin Fishing Reports & Outdoor Report for August 25, 2016

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Weather was highly variable across the state this week, with powerful and quick storms moving through south central over Wednesday evening. The heavy rains caused some flooding in southwestern Wisconsin and the Wisconsin River is flowing at nearly twice its normal flow for this time of year in the Lower Wisconsin State Riverway. Trails in some areas are wet, but most should be in good condition for the upcoming weekend. Fishing success was fair to good on most waters across the Northwoods. The constantly changing weather did require raincoats to be kept handy and anglers had to be on the lookout for approaching storms - but fishermen did find both musky and bass to be fairly active in the past week. Musky success showed a little surge and most anglers reported some good action from small and medium-size fish. Action for both largemouth and smallmouth bass has been more consistent than any other time during the summer and some decent catches have been made in the last week.Fishing pressure on lower Green Bay remained very high this week due to the outstanding walleye fishing that is going on, with multiple reports of limits being caught in a couple hours of fishing. Anglers were also reporting excellent walleye fishing along the Door County shoreline of Green Bay. Yellow perch fishing still remains good in the Sturgeon Bay area with most success occurring near deep weed lines.

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