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Wisconsin Fishing Reports & Outdoor Report for January 11, 2018

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The warm temperatures the last few days gave wildlife and people a short break from the bitter cold we had been experiencing last week. Snow was falling Thursday in the north, with some forecast for some areas to possible get up to 8 or 9 inches. Unfortunately the precipitation in the south was rain and freezing rain. What little snow the south we had on the ground is all but gone. A candlelight ski at Lake Kegonsa scheduled for Saturday has been cancelled, but Wildcat Mountain will go ahead with a candlelight hike and astronomy program Saturday night.Snowmobile trails remained open or partially open in just the norther tier of counties with conditions from fair to good. Cross-country ski conditions remained fair to good across roughly the northern third of the state. The additional snow falling Thursday and this weekend could improve conditions, so check the Department of Tourism Snow Conditions Report (exit DNR) for updates. Ice depth on the northern lakes is reported to be between 16- 20 inches and 10 to 12 inches on central and southern lakes. More and more ice fisherman are being seen on lakes and the warmer weather has been great for folks wanting to get outside. Anglers report fish are starting to bite in the afternoon to evening, with crappie, perch and bluegill being caught.


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