Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Weekly Fishing Report

Very good northern action, with musky and walleye improving. Grouse hunting good and getting better, with bow hunters bagging decent sized deer in the Eagle River, Wisconsin area.

The water temperatures have dropped to a "preferred level" which translates into improved fishing in the Eagle River area.

There's a good northern bite in the Eagle River area. Fish in and around weeds in 12 feet of water or less. A small suckerminnow is working, as well as crankbaits like a Husky Jerk in a walleye or minnow pattern, retrieved in a "stop and go" pattern.

Musky in the Eagle River area is average at the moment. Fish deep holes or over mudflats in 20-40 feet of water. Use a jig and a minnow.

In the Eagle River area grouse hunters are getting birds, and bow deer hunters are taking deer, albeit most are average sized.

(Report for the Eagle River Chamber of Commerce based on Creative Brilliance interview with licenced guide Mat Hegy of Guides Choice Pro Shop).

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