Jump to content
  • GUESTS

    If you want access to members only forums on HSO, you will gain access only when you Sign-in or Sign-Up .

    This box will disappear once you are signed in as a member. 😀

  • RECEIVE THE GIFTS MEMBERS SHARE WITH YOU HERE...THEN...CREATE SOMETHING TO ENCHANT OTHERS THAT YOU WANT TO SHARE

    You know what we all love...

    When you enchant people, you fill them with delight and yourself in return. Have Fun!!!

Sign in to follow this  
Coleman

Northern Wis(Mar. 13th)?

Recommended Posts

Hey guys. I have spring break coming up and it appears that all the snow will be gone, so a snowmobiling trip isn't going to happen. So my dad and I were thinking about going trout fishing the second weekend of March, the 13th-15th. Where would be a good place to go in Northern Wis.? Is the Brule pretty good this time of year? It would just a catch and releast type trip too. Any information would be great. Thanks a lot.

Cole

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Thanks a lot for the link. So, now I know where I can fish. But I'm not too certain where a good place would be to try. We hit the Brule river last summer and had a great time. That's why I mentioned the Brule, but obviously it will be closed during that time period. Anyone have any recommendations to try? Thanks again.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Why not try the Namekagon. Not real far from the Brule. Very pretty river, and it has some big browns in it. The other thing I forgot to mention is; that part of the state is usually about 2 weeks behind the Cities area, and they may still be frozen in places. YOu might want to try around Seeley, I've had some luck in that area.

Mike

[This message has been edited by Magneto (edited 02-28-2004).]

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Why not try for Loopers and Cohos. The bite is usally pretty good by that time.

------------------
"Study to be quiet"

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Renneberg,
are there any locations that may work better than others? I haven't ever tried for Cohos. I've only tried fishing for Trout in Wis once, so the area is fairly new to me. Pretty much all of my experience is from Colorado.

Magneto,
Thanks, I'll check out the Namekagon area. We normally go to Cable to snowmobile, so that might be a good place to go.

Thanks for your help guys.

Cole

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

The mouth of the French River is where much of the Looper and Coho fishing is done. Most anglers are targeting Loopers but catch a few Cohos. Loopers average between 4-8lbs.

Check the BWCA forum for more info.

http://fishingminnesota.com/cgi-bin/forums/forumdisplay.cgi?action=topics&forum=BWCA-Duluth-Ely+Area&number=4&DaysPrune=60

------------------
"Study to be quiet"

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Thanks again. I'll continue to check into fishing the area. Hopefully we'll be able to get up there and try it out. I've gotta do something over my spring break. smile.gif

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Guest
This topic is now closed to further replies.
Sign in to follow this  



  • Your Responses - Share & Have Fun :)

    • Used the impulse mayflys today, the fish were not biting well. I ended up catching a few nice gills on the mayflys but more fish with  the demon/ waxie combo. I want to try some lighter line with the horizontal jig /impulse mayfly and see what happens. Maybe 5 years ago I moved away from winter panfish fishing. I am so glad I am back catching panfish, a very enjoyable way to pass a winter morning!
    • 13 years ago I had my heart set on a Lund, I went with an Alumacraft because I could rig it out nicer with the money I was allotted by my better half at the time..........no regrets.
    • Ive owned 7 Lunds and don't see another one in the future.  Also been looking at the A-crafts.  The 205 trophy.  Have a 13' Lund Tyee 1800 now.  Good boat but its too light for big water.  Really like the fit and finish of the Aluma's.  The black windshield trim is sharp and the carpet on the top of the gunwale is also nice.  Really impressed.  Not gonna take out a mortgage to buy a glass boat either.
    • I’ve never done anything with mine. I store it standing up and in the fall change the oil if I remember. Haven’t had any issues yet. 
    • I had problems with my 02. I found that the plug on the truck side going to the plug at the bumper was corroded. I hope that made sense I cleaned it up and put dielectric grease on it.    
    • I would put some Seafoam in the ga.........................  oh never mind. 😁
    • I rode the trails around big lake today, mostly to get used to the new trails. trails were awesome, they must have groomed last night, rode to becker and back and some other playing around. all in all I put on 42 miles today. I will ride into the orrock area tomorrow. don't ride that much around here anymore, mostly aitkin co. now. looks like the trails around the sand dunes look good, I will give it a shot tomorrow.
    • I'm guessing not much. I know the one pounders threads can start to rust in a humid environment, but am not sure if that would be an issue if still attached? I know nothing about propane augers,  is there an oil tank to keep the engine lubed? And if so, does it need to be refreshed or drained every once in a while? It's not like you need to worry about bad gas gumming up the system.   Mostly,  I'm just replying to give you something to read TJ. Hopefully somebody else will chime in with more knowledge.  
    • Possibility of moisture getting into them after washing the stove top and around the burners? My wife is good at that.
    • I get it, like the woman in the commercial. You are clever. 
×