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trapper  
#1 Posted : Wednesday, November 28, 2018 9:45:20 AM(UTC)
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With all the flooding in most of the DA, its real important to stay out of the water if possible so the young of the year get a chance to hatch.
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On a unrelated note:
I will not be hosting an event for the Wis opener as I booked a guide trip from Jan 1st thru the eighth
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#2 Posted : Wednesday, November 28, 2018 3:45:36 PM(UTC)
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I fully agree - stay out of the water if possible! Hopefully, the silver lining to the floods is that they have exposed plenty of nice gravel for spawning redds.

Sorry to hear there won't be a season opener, but it did appear you were done with Trapfests anyway. Living in Madison, as I do now, I will get out for day trips to streams closer to me. If any Madisonians (Madisonites? Madmen?) want to get together for a day trip close to home that first Saturday or Sunday, let me know!
Bob Williams, "Weiliwen"
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