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Ciscokid82
Posted 2/11/2019 9:38 PM (#930583)
Subject: Wi River fishing




Posts: 209


Location: SE Wisc
Thinking about giving the river a shot this year for walleye and muskie. I’ve only fished it once years ago for bass. Any recommendations on stretches that I can fish a deep v without much worry that also has good reputation for muskie and walleye?
CincySkeez
Posted 2/12/2019 8:41 AM (#930593 - in reply to #930583)
Subject: Re: Wi River fishing




Posts: 136


Where are you, most of it is impounded and pretty much all of it is stocked with musky.
Ciscokid82
Posted 2/12/2019 12:27 PM (#930615 - in reply to #930583)
Subject: Re: Wi River fishing




Posts: 209


Location: SE Wisc
SE Wisconsin. About 2 hours from the Dells
Ciscokid82
Posted 2/12/2019 12:31 PM (#930617 - in reply to #930583)
Subject: Re: Wi River fishing




Posts: 209


Location: SE Wisc
How is the stretch just south of Tomahawk?
CincySkeez
Posted 2/12/2019 2:06 PM (#930629 - in reply to #930617)
Subject: Re: Wi River fishing




Posts: 136


Alexander in Merrill is good (easily fished with deep V), never fished it just south of Tomahawk but I'm sure it's worth fishing. I've hit between Wausau and Merrill the hardest.
wallygator
Posted 2/16/2019 5:29 PM (#930964 - in reply to #930583)
Subject: Re: Wi River fishing





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Location: Tomahawk,Wis
If you are coming up that far you might as well fish Mohawksin or Alice
tyler k
Posted 2/27/2019 4:41 PM (#931881 - in reply to #930583)
Subject: Re: Wi River fishing




Posts: 383


Location: Almond, WI
I would counsel against a deep v on the Merrill-Brokaw stretch as it is very sketchy, but other than that you should be fine (within reason). Also, they are drawing down Wausau Dam Lake (Brokaw to the Wausau Hydro) for repairs this season.

Edited by tyler k 2/27/2019 4:42 PM
krazyk
Posted 2/28/2019 3:24 PM (#931978 - in reply to #930583)
Subject: RE: Wi River fishing




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Look up Brad Wirt out of Brokaw.. He is a great guide and he has everything you need .
tyler k
Posted 3/5/2019 2:49 PM (#932379 - in reply to #930583)
Subject: Re: Wi River fishing




Posts: 383


Location: Almond, WI
Yup Brad and Kurt Schultz are tops on Merrill to Brokaw.
Ciscokid82
Posted 3/5/2019 7:13 PM (#932398 - in reply to #930583)
Subject: Re: Wi River fishing




Posts: 209


Location: SE Wisc
Ok thanks for the responses!
tyler k
Posted 3/6/2019 11:28 AM (#932457 - in reply to #930583)
Subject: Re: Wi River fishing




Posts: 383


Location: Almond, WI
I am the president of the Wausau MI chapter, I know most of the guides and good fisherman from Tomahawk down to Mauston. PM me if you're looking at a specific stretch and I can get you more information or put you in contact with a guide for that stretch.
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