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maplegrovefisherman

Wisconsin early season trout

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What date does the c&r early season open. I am planning on fishing the Kinni. I don't have a fly rod. Will they hit a spinner? Any recommendations are appreciated.

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It opens this weekend.

Remember that your 2003 Wisconsin fishing license and trout stamp don't expire until the end of this March.

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Barbless hooks and artificial lures only.

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With several inches of snow forcasted for the metro area and much of eastern Wisconsin tonight and into friday, I think your going to have a very hard time finding a river that's not going to be high for the weekend.

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I agree with Renneberg, the next few weeks could be pretty ugly. I'd say look for rivers that are heavily influenced by springs. Although your best bet may be to hit the tying bench...

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Does anyone know if there's a happy medium between the frozen rivers up north and the blown out conditions down south?

We're getting pockets of open water near Superior, so I'm thinking somewhere near the St. Croix watershed??

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Ten Four. It's looking pretty good for having some healthy flows this spring - as long as it all doesn't melt at once.

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We had little to no snow in the metro before this last storm hit, so I don't think we'll have a problem with flooding when it melts.

If we don't get any rain or snow all of next week the streams should be in good shape for next weekend.

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