Posted: July 30, 2019

Central Wisconsin fishing report by Guide Jerry!

After the wake of the storms that created havoc in the area water levels were quite high and unfishable. Water levels are back in their banks. With the light rain we should see things come back to normal but our systems are pretty saturated. Grassy banks and shaded area’s are your best bet this time of the year. Plan on fishing early mornings and afternoons for the most productive periods of the day. If you’re out mid day have plenty of water and fish in shade. Water temps 58-68. You may want to invest in a thermometer. As some systems rise above the 64 degree mark fishing will slow anything 68 and above can be deadly to fish in. Top flies- think terrestrials! Hoppers, beetles, ants on top. Subsurface same game. Girtle bugs, worms, oversized nymphs! Have fun fishing!