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Wisconsin Fishing Reports & Outdoor Report for March 29, 2018

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It may officially be spring but winter is holding on in the Northwoods with some areas receiving as much as 3 inches of new snow this week and there is even more snow in the forecast for this weekend. The Brule River State Forest re-groomed ski trails this week, and trails are also still in good condition at Pattison State Park and the Turtle Flambeau Flowage, but many other properties are done grooming even if more snow does arrive. Snowmobile trails are also closed statewide and are not likely to reopen. There is still 15 or more inches of ice on many northern lakes but the ice went out this week on Lake Wingra in Madison, large portions are open along the shore on Monona and the ice on Mendota is very gray so it might not be long before they open.The Bois Brule River is flowing for the March 31 steelhead opener but deep snow still lines the banks.Photo credit: DNRMany river systems are open and spring trout and salmon runs are underway. The popular spring steelhead season on the Bois Brule River opens March 31 for the lower stretch of river. Reports are that the ice is out north of Harvey Road, but not quite to the mouth. There are ice shelves along the banks and snow is still deep on some of the paths.

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