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Wisconsin Fishing Reports & Outdoor Report for March 1, 2018

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The north received another good snowfall last weekend, which is extending winter recreation there, with some areas still having more than 2 feet of snow on the ground. But recent warm temperatures have snowmobile and ski trails across the north in soft condition and warm temperatures are forecast to be around for the next week so conditions could deteriorate more. Snowmobile trails were open as of Thursday in about 15 northern counties on the Wisconsin Department of Tourism's Snow Conditions Report. A number of northern properties are still reporting good Cross-Country Ski Trail Conditions.Warm temperatures have the Brule River opening up in the Brule River State ForestPhoto credit: DNRThe warm weather softened ice, especially where there is flow but anglers still report 20-plus inches of ice on some northern lakes. In central Wisconsin there was also plenty of ice on lakes but the top 5-6 inches are slushy and honeycombed. In Kenosha and Racine counties the ice is out on the smaller ponds and o on the edges of the lakes, which now are a deep blue color indicating ice may be gone soon. Fishing on northern lakes has been slower but folks are enjoying mild weather and socializing. Panfishing on southern lakes has been decent this past week. A reminder that all permanent fishing shacks and shelters must be removed from waters south of Highway 64 by the end of the day Sunday, March 4.

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