9.18.18 Stream Report

BAM!!!  And just like that it is fall. The Kinnickinnic river came up just a little bit so far with the rains but not enough to be unfishable. We will have to keep our eyes on the gauge for the next few hours to see if it is going to come up anymore.   The hopper
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9.14.18 Stream Report

Only one month left in the trout seasons of Wisconsin and Minnesota!! Get out there and fish!!  Trout streams are in great shape right now.  Ants and beetles as well as hoppers are still working well with the warm weather we have been having. A few tricos are still out and about in the early
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8.31.18 Stream Report

Our guide Aaron was out on the Rush this morning and said it was fishing great!  Hoppers, tricos and beetles were the ticket. The trico hatch is still happening. Strong Thunderstorms are back after a good while without them, so keep your eyes out where they are tracking through. Check the gauge on the Kinnickinnic
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8.7.18 Stream Report

Streams are in good shape! Tricos in the mornings 6am to 10am or so. Hoppers, ants, beetles, and crickets mid day and into the evening. Drop a small nymph down below your terrestrial!  Here is an awesome report from a customer of ours, he was out the other evening on the Rush.  “Last night I
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7.24.18 Stream Report

Found this great fishing report in my inbox this morning. Thanks Joe! “I have been having limited success fishing late afternoons to dark recently so I decided to give early morning a shot. I was walking to my first spot by 4:30 a.m. with my headlamp on so I could see where I was going. By the
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7.23.18 Stream Report

Trout streams are in great shape. Tricos Tricos in the mornings!  6am to 10am ish. For the rest of the day, hoppers, crickets, ants and beetles with a small nymph dropped 18-30 inches off the back of your terrestrial has been working best. Fish seem to be in faster shallower water than in the deep
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7.18.19 Stream Report

Tricos are here!!! BMFS guide Aaron was out this morning and ran into a good Trico hatch. (pronounced try-co not tree-co, they are called tricos because they have three (tri) tails.) The hatch was from 7-10am or so. Streams are in great shape out there right now. Check your spider webs and they tell all
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7.11.18 Stream Report

Hot and humid!!   Watch your stream temps out there folks, anything above 68 degrees and the trout are looking for air conditioning and want to chill out. Bring a thermometer with you and don’t harass them too much or at all if the temps are above 69 degrees.  Next weeks forecast is looking better!! It’s
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6.12.18 Stream Report

A stream report from a good customer of ours. “Rush River below Martell: I was lucky enough to fish three of the past 6 days on the Rush in the afternoon. If things seem to be slow, hang in there as activity can change quickly. I fished with a friend who caught nothing for 2
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