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#401 Posted : Friday, January 5, 2018 7:20:03 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Commish78 Go to Quoted Post
First post, long time lurker. I've fished stream trout for a little over 40 years, using mainly spinning gear. Have fished most of the state at one time or another, and eventually realized that the driftless area has more trout and larger trout then you'll catch "up north" (I still enjoy occasional trips to central and northern Wisconsin). I believe the quality of the Wisconsin fishery is better than it's ever been. Many of the small and medium size streams seem overpopulated with browns to the point where larger fish are scarce and there are fewer brookies (I know there are many reasons for that).

Anyway, enjoy the insight from the board regulars and hope I can contribute occasionally.



Welcome Commish! I've only been trout fishing for about 10 years here in Wisconsin, but have loved every trip out.
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