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Exploring Wisconsin Trout Streams: The Angler's Guide by Born Steve Mayers Jeff Morton Andy Sonzogni Bill (2014-05-31)

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  • By Gary D. Wischer on October 12, 2014

    So far I'm very pleased with this book. As the stream-trout fishing season in Wisconsin closed Sept. 30, I only had the opportunity to check out one stream with which I was not familiar in the southwest part of the state. The book was a useful guide to put me on the stream about 1.5 hrs. from my home. I'd gotten a late start and wasn't really planning to do much actual fishing, just find the stream & survey it a little. Finally stopped at a bridge on a small country side road at about 4 pm, saw a nice pool just downstream, decided to flip in a Panther Martin spinner and was very pleasantly surprised to catch two native brook trout on my first two casts, a 9" & a dandy 12", quite remarkable for southern Wisconsin. The book had mentioned browns & some rainbows as being the main population in the stream, with possibly "a few" brookies in the upper reaches. All in all, that experience alone, made the book worth the price to me.

  • By Dave on February 26, 2017

    Good reading for some of the bigger rivers on Wisconsin. Tells about the streams and the flys to use on them.

  • By Bob Johnson on March 16, 2018

    Book mainly addressed the streams in the southern part of the state. Very few streams mentioned for Lake Superior border.

  • By Steve on October 5, 2017

    Everything considered, I enjoyed the scope of this book. The efforts of many were discussed to improve the creeks and rivers back to their natural state. Additionally, the angling opportunities have great detail.

  • By CJ on September 15, 2015

    Love this book!!

  • By R L Shotts on August 23, 2015

    I borrowed this book from the library, its a good book if you plan too visit that state or live in it, i highly recommend it to all.


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