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Anybody fish the Rice River Flowage near Tomahawk

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I am wondering if anyone fishes there, Lake Nokomis, Bridge Lake, Deer Lake area. I have a new friend whose parents are building a nice retirement home over there on one of the lakes and will probably be doing some fishing in the area this summer. From the info I have found, there looks to be a pretty good population of Largemouth, Smallmouth, Crappies, Gills, Pike, Eyes, and Skies. Anyone know where to get maps? I can't seem to locate any kind of maps on the Wisconsin DNR site, not sure if they have them like the Minnesota DNR does. Any info would help.

Thanks,

Tom

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WDNR has a lake map but it isn't very good. Stop at one of the bait shops in the city of Tomahawk and they should help you out.

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I did locate some maps on the WI DNR site. Took me a while, but figured it out, now I just have to hope the water in the area is high enough to fish this summer. I heard the lake/flowage is down really low right now and there is not a lot of water to fish. We need a wet spring here in MN as bad as it is needed in Wisconsin.

Do you know of any bait shops in the area that have a good reputation / customer base?

Thanks

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There are two shops right in Tomahawk located north of the Wi. river bridge. One has a web site with a fishing up date and forum. I don't think I can put the web page on this site if you E-mail me I can sent it to you. [email protected]

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