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Great Fishing Spots in Southern Wisconsin
Fishing tips from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's expert
Whether you want to hang a trophy bass or muskie on your wall or just want to spend a few quiet hours catching panfish with your kids, this book is the essential guide to fishing in southern Wisconsin. Bob Riepenhoff, outdoor editor for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel for fourteen years, wrote a column called "Riepenhoff on Local Lakes." This collection of forty-three columns covers fifty-four lakes in southern Wisconsin. Riepenhoff describes his fishing experiences and methods and provides information about the fish species in each lake, fish stocking, management, special regulations, and public access. He draws on the expertise of the most skilled anglers in the state. Net Results is intended to help all anglers, from beginners to experts, have more productive and enjoyable fishing experiences.
Bob Riepenhoff is a writer living in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin.
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240 pp. 8 1/2 x 11
54 contour maps of Wisconsin Lakes
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