Wisconsin early season trout fishing opener March 5, 2011

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Real Estate Agent with Edina Realty, Inc. 71260094

Trout fishing enthusiasts, the early catch-and-release trout season opens at 5 a.m. on March 5 and runs until midnight May 1.

Wisconsin's official list of classified trout streams contains 58 more identified trout streams since 2002. Find trout and salmon regulations and guide, stream maps, and more resources.

On the Bois Brule River in Douglas County, the spring steelhead run usually begins in late March and extends through May. There are 4 regulations sections on the Brule. The Wisconsin DNR provides descriptions and trout fishing regulation information.

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