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Wisconsin Fishing Reports & Outdoor Report for November 9, 2017

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Fall color is now past peak statewide, but there are still some maples holding leaves in the southern part of the state and oaks are just reaching the peak of their rust and auburn shade.Temperatures were hovering between the 30s and 20s in southern and central Wisconsin, with much colder temps in the north where days were in the teens and evenings started to trend toward single digits. In Mercer and Iron County, the snow is becoming crusty and hard, making tracking tough for hunters and trappers alike. There were a couple inches dropped overnight, brightening the Brule River State Forest landscape. An upcoming week with highs in the 40s will likely remove much of that surface cover. The cold snap may have made it seem that ice fishing is right around the corner, but the warm-up will likely delay any firm ice for fishing. The fall walleye run has really picked up on the lower Wolf River and the Fox River near Oshkosh. Many anglers are reporting limits, with catches of white bass mixed in. The fall walleye run often stays strong right until the water ices up.

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