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Trout Fishing Over the Border?

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Was wondering if anyone has been on any of the streams into wisconsin since the season has opened? I know it is catch and release, barbless hooks but I was wondering if anyone has been out and could tell me the water levels or any reports?

Cubbies

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The Kinni is marginaly stained but fishable, The Rush is totally blown out. Trimbelle is also quite muddy. I'd give the Rush about a week if the weather stays warm like this before venturing over here.

Mike

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Was just on the Nam on 3/25/04 and did fairly well. First time out with the fly rod.

Early morning it was slow and got a few browns on the sections we fished. Headed up to the uppper reaches and got into a bunch of brookies, but didn't stay there long, need to let those brookies get bigger smile.gif

We then headed down closer to Hayward and did very well, lost a nice one. You have to love those Namekagon browns smile.gif

The water wasn't stained, looked normal from what I remember of the river and the levels looked about normal for early spring. It was still easy wading.

driftboat
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