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Dick Ellis Blog:
4/17/2018
Springtime means fun time when open water river fishing competes with turkey hunting for our hours spent in Wisconsin’s great outdoors. Personally, we walleye fished the Wolf, leave this week for our gobbler hunt in southwest Wisconsin, and as a bonus took advantage of spring break to work the Gulf of Mexico for anything willing to snap up our shore offerings. We’re also receiving reports from successful turkey youth hunt participants...
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Fishing Report from Superior Wisconsin in Douglas County

Walleyes have been in the river since we've had good ice to get out on. Most nights/mornings we are about to ice 4-8 walleyes per person. Like anything some days are better and some are worst. The past few days, marking lots of fish on the vexilars and hummingbirds.  Just having a tough time getting them to eat. If your marking fish you’re in the right spot, stick it out and keep changing jigs to see what they want.

As you can see in the photos, big fish seem to be showing up during daylight hours before (evening) or after(morning) primetime. As February goes on we'll see more and more aggressive fish showing up as they start to stage before this spring’s spawn. Same as before jigging raps, buckshot rattle spoons...pretty much anything that will be heavy enough to cut current tipped with a minnow head will get bit. As for colors, red glow, white, rainbow trout patterns, and gold all have been good.   

Pete Brzezinski  (715) 574-1813
Northland Muskie Adventures Guide Service - Superior, Wisconsin
www.northlandmuskieadventures.com