Thursday, March 29, 2012

Southwest Wisconsins Trout Fishing Report


Here are few pics from a few of my previous adventures.  The streams are looking good and the weather is getting better with each passing day.  Hope you enjoy.




















































































































































Until Next Time......Tight Lines to All !!!!!!!!



























19 comments:

  1. for some reason im drawn back to the shot of the creek chub. great colors in that photo

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    1. Blake,
      Thanks a lot. That chub was a biggin. There are some huge ones in this creek. Some nice size Browns Brookies and Rainbows too :) Tight Lines.

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  2. Looks like the frog had a good day hanging out. The scud pics are great thanks for the pics.

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    1. Savage,
      Thanks much. That toad is a result of night fishing and a touchy 3wt St. Croix :) Don't worry he was released to swim another day :) The creek was thick with the scuds. Tight Lines.

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  3. TM,
    That frog is in a bit of an awkward position.
    Nice photos.

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    1. Brk Trt,
      Thanks a lot. I felt bad for the toad but luckily it was barbless so the hook came right out. Tight Lines.

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  4. I always like the unusual mixture of fishing with other things. The frog is great, they're all great. Thanks!

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    1. Howard,
      Thanks a lot. The frog wasn't to happy to be plucked from the stream, that's for sure. He was released and is doing well :) Tight Lines.

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  5. Trout
    Beadhead, dries, beautiful streams, rock walls, this post has it all. The rock wall area image would be my favorite spot to wet a fly. Thanks for sharing a great post.

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    1. Bill,
      Thanks much. I really like hanging out at this stretch of stream. The bead heads worked nicley. Tight Lines.

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  6. that brookie looks pretty big! great pictures and great fish!

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    1. Blake,
      Thanks a lot bro. That brookie was around 16". I believe it was a recently stocked Broodstock trout. Tight Lines.

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  7. you take outstanding pictures! what type of camera do you use?
    Cliff

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    1. Thanks a lot. I am using a Nikon D5000. I really like the camera. tight lines

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  8. Awesome! I never get tired of your reports, dude. Although that toad kinda weirded me out a little bit.

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    1. Ty,
      Thanks a lot. I felt bad for the toad, but the barbless hook made for a smooth release :) Tight Lines.

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  9. Great pics, as usual. Great looking scuds!

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    1. Justin,
      Thanks a lot. I used melted wax for the back of the scuds. It worked out well. Tight Lines.

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  10. Hey mate! Some real fantastic shots there! You are good with the camera! Thanks for sharing the pics.

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