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Fall Salmon Fishing in Wisconsin with Cory Yarmuth
#HuntFishTravel Ep 197 – Fall Salmon Fishing in Wisconsin with Cory Yarmuth Pt 1

“Fall Salmon Fishing in Wisconsin with Cory Yarmuth Part 1”

Topics covered in this episode:

  • Complete rod and reel setups for fall salmon fishing.
  • Why salmon strike a lure.
  • Why salmon “eat” spawn.
  • If he recommends using glow lures or not and why they may not be as effective as you may think.
  • Explains why you should be ready when you see someone else catch one.
  • What depth should you fish?
  • What hook to use in order to keep from losing fish.
  • Bait color suggestions.
  • Why you should skip live bait in the fall.
  • Why you may catch trout instead of salmon.
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Pre-Season Scouting for the 2020 Archery Season by Carrie Zylka
Pre-Season Scouting for the 2020 Archery Season

It’s been awhile since I’ve published a post here on HuntFishTravel. Life has gotten crazy, yet again. But isn’t that the way of adulting?

With the temperatures in Wisconsin finally dropping below 95, I decided it was time to get out there and find a suitable bow hunting spot. Yes, I know I’m late to the party, but COVID has really put quite the damper on things. Better late than never.

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Deadline Oct 31, 2018 Join Me For the 2019 Sturgeon Spearing weekend

Group Sturgeon Weekend is February 9-10

Full season is February 9 – 24, 2019, deadline for tags is October 31, 2018.

The group will participate in “cutting in” on Friday, Feb 8. We will spear and attend an evening bonfire on the lake Saturday, Feb 9, and spear Sunday, Feb 10.

Sturgeon Spearing Info:

  • WI DNR Info
  • Find the 2019 Regulations here.
  • You must be 12 years or older to spear sturgeon and the deadline for putting in your application is October 31st.
  • Spearing hours are 7:00am – 1:00pm. (You can always go ice fishing afterwards!)
  • Minimum length is 36”
  • It is helpful to have a truck/SUV to get you to your shanty but it is not imperative, as there’s always someone to hitch a ride with.
  • Fond du Lac is 1 hour, 15 minutes north of General Mitchell Airport in Milwaukee.

2019 Cost details:

Oshkosh/Fond du Lac Hotel: $50-$100/night.

Shanty rentals per day:

  • $200 per spearing hole per day. Single hole and double hole shanties available. Total weekend Saturday and Sunday shanty rental cost: $400 for a single shanty/$800 for double shanty.
  • Generally 1 person per hole, but 2 people per hole if you want to trade off and fight over who gets to spear the sturgeon when it shows up!
  • All spearing equipment is provided with the shanty rental, shanty/1 spear hole/decoy/heat.
  • Contact Tyler Jackson 920-602-2322 to reserve your shanty (don’t wait – shanty rentals are in high demand!)

License Fees:

  • Resident Sturgeon Spearing License: $20.00*
  • Non-Resident Sturgeon Spearing License: $65.00*

*These are in addition to the fishing license you must purchase (Non-resident 4 day is $24.00/Resident annual is $20.00 NOT to be confused with sturgeon fishing which is different than spearing).

Drop me a line via the contact form if you’re interested and I can pass along the details!


Join Me For A Weekend of Sturgeon Spearing in 2017 Shanty Town

These creatures fascinate me. Their history is rife with drama and science fiction; you can read how Wisconsin can justifiably claim them as the state’s most successful conservation effort here:

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Ladies’ Musky Fishing School
Ladies’ Musky Fishing School To Be Held Oct 20th-22nd on Chippewa Flowage

Contact: Amanda Wilson
Deerfoot Lodge & Resort
8534 N Deerfoot Rd
Hayward, WI 54843
Office: 715-462-3328
Cell: 608-215-7397 Read More

Cross-Country Skiing Wisconsin’s Northwoods - Six Spots For Frozen Fun
Cross-Country Skiing Wisconsin’s Northwoods – Six Spots For Frozen Fun

MADISON, Wis. (December 22, 2016) – Wisconsin’s northwoods hold a few advantages when it comes to cross-country skiing. First, winter has staying power here. The snows come early and often don’t know when to quit – of course, for winter warriors, that’s one of our more endearing qualities. Secondly, the vast majority of the state’s northwoods is protected land, including county, state and national forests, leaving hundreds of thousands of acres pristine and perfect for exploring. Read More

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