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Wisconsin Fishing Reports & Outdoor Report for September 22, 2016

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Thursday marks the first day of fall, though it can be difficult to tell through all of the wind, rain, and in some cases, hail of the past several days. In the farther north shades of red, orange and yellow are appearing in areas like Brule River State Forest. Despite a brief upsurge in the mosquito population, cooler weather brought on by the storms of last week should make for excellent weather for all your outdoor pursuits this weekend. Matt Anchor with a 39-inch musky from a Price County lake. Photo Credit: Skip SommerfeldtAnglers in the Northwoods are still baiting for musky, with strong measurements coming in despite the lower pressure. Largemouth are hanging out in the shallows, while smallmouth will be going deeper in as water temperatures cool. Walleye fishing has continued to slowly improve with greater numbers of fish showing up in the shallows.Fishing in the northern counties near Lake Michigan is also recovering from the weather. Anglers on the Menominee River are reporting a steady walleye bite. Trollers out of Kewaunee were seeing catches of chinook, particularly when trolling slow in 15-35 feet of water. Bluegill and crappie are biting along the Oconto River.

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