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Wisconsin Fishing Reports & Outdoor Report for October 20, 2016

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Much of northern Wisconsin is now just past peak color, with stubborn oaks holding their leaves. Central and southern areas are still holding, and in some cases, still climbing towards peak color on the Department of Tourism's Fall Color Report (exit DNR). Color is now past peak at the Brule River State Forest but tamaracks continue to put on their golden display.Photo Credit: DNRThere are still antlerless deer carcass tags available for purchase across the state, including in Milwaukee County. Deer rutting activity will be nearing its peak late October and into the early weeks of November. Rubs are becoming a more frequent observation and daytime activity will begin to increase as temperatures fall. Turkey and grouse have been spotted on road shoulders feeding on insects and grass. Waterfowl hunters are reporting a diverse and successful harvest. Consistent rains have kept duck populations spread out and we are certainly in migration. Some woodcock hunters are reporting their most successful season lately.


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