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Wisconsin Fishing Reports & Outdoor Report for December 8, 2016

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Snow has fallen over much of the state in the last week and while much of the snow that blanketed southern and central counties has melted it was continuing to fall Wednesday and Thursday in the north, with the Brule River and Flambeau River state forests reporting up to 4 inches. The snow and a rapid downturn in temperature are bringing December back to wintery life. As evening temperatures continue to drop over the next several nights, it looks like these layers of powder may be here to stay.State forest and park staff have begun to roll and pack some ski trails, but as of yet there isn't enough snow for trails to open. The colder temperatures have allowed crews at the Lapham Peak Unit of the Kettle Moraine State Forest to begin snow-making this week.The snow cover is good news for those looking to spot deer over the four-day antlerless-only hunt taking place statewide from Dec. 8 through 11. Hunters may fill any unused antlerless tag while hunting in the proper deer management zone, unit and land type specified on the tag. Deer are continuing to put on winter weight, meaning later season bow and crossbow hunters should also continue to see good hunting opportunities.

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