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Minocqua Area Fishing Report

Cold weather has brought temperatures down quick!  Reports have water temps from highs of 49 degrees to as low as 41 degrees!  The cold, wind and snow......yes Snow, kept a lot of anglers off the water. 

Musky:  Fair - But mostly due to lack of participation by anglers due to weather.  Sucker fishing best and easiest way to fish.

Walleye:  No reports

With the water cooling into the forties, fishing action will slow, but not stop.  Fewer, but larger fish is typically the norm.  Lots of piers out, so bring your tall neoprene or rubber boots for launching.  Jerk, glider, twitch and rubber for Musky along with suckers.  Chubs, fatheads and suckers for the Walleye. 

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