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Updated: 23 December, 2004

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Fishing

Fishing Wisconsin: Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
All of the important information about fishing in Wisconsin. Note the information on licenses, fishing regulations and consumption advisories.

Trout Unlimited - Fox Valley Chapter
A site with local news about Trout Unlimited events and activities.

WalleyeHunter.com
Reports, contests, and articles on walleye fishing, along with lots of links.

Walleye Central - The official site of The Masters Walleye Circuit
Updates on Walleye fishing, product information, a message board, chat, and much more.

Lake-Link.com
The real gem here is the lake database. Find the lake you're looking for by name, county, fish species or rating by other anglers. Also includes fishing reports, tournament listings, and heavily used message boards.

Fish-Wisconsin
This site refers to itself as Wisconsin's Premier Fishing Information Internet Site. Maybe, maybe not, but there is a lot of information here. It's recently been redesigned, and the new site appears to be up and running, but with a few caveats. It loads quite slow and does not appear to work correctly in the Netscape browser.

Maps of Wisconsin Waters
Did you know that the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has maps for 1350 individual lakes, ponds, flowages and rivers available for public distribution? I sure didn't. While they are quick to point out that they don't have maps for every Wisconsin lake or river, 1350 is probably enough to get you started. Even better, they are working on digitizing the collection. Choose the type of water, the county and the name, and you may find a map of your favorite fishing map is as near as your printer. For more information about lakes, check out Wisconsin Lakes.

Fishing Has no Boundaries
Introduces "specialized adaptive equipment to aid the disabled angler and create avenues of recreation for many, who thought because of their disability, could never fish, or fish again. Any person with a disability is eligible to participate in our events, regardless of disability. There are absolutely no restrictions on type of disability, age, race, gender, state or residence or any other factor."

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