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Wisconsin Fishing Reports & Outdoor Report for June 7, 2018

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The past week brought some rain and cooler temperatures, but the coming week looks a bit warmer. With the recent rain many river systems especially in the north are running above average. The lower Wisconsin River is running about normal and many sandbars have finally returned. Campgrounds are getting busier, and canoers and kayakers are active on rivers. Fewer anglers were out across the state this past week in part due to the cooler air temperatures, rain and high winds. White bass on the Wolf River did not make a significant run this year and anglers were having a difficult time catching them with any consistency. Ruffed grouse have been heard drumming in the north.Photo credit: Kevin FeindSome anglers were catching crappie, northern pike, rock bass, smallmouth bass, catfish and walleye on the Menominee and Oconto rivers. On Green Bay anglers saw consistent success at the start of the week with many walleyes harvested out of Geano Beach, the Green Bay Metro launch and Bayshore Park.

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