Life in the Northwoods of Wisconsin
I love the Hayward area! The smell of the pine forests, the glistening, pristine lakes, the sunlight sneaking through the canopy of leaves in the woods. The vibrant stars that seem close enough to touch! All of it is so breathtaking.
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Category Archives: Fishing
Some friends from the Edgerton WI area were up in the Hayward area this past weekend. They have a cabin up in the Cable area and like to try fishing on different lakes when they come up. Greg took them … Continue reading
Chief Lake Lodge is a fun destination on the Chippewa Flowage! This four-season resort has an active Lodge/Bar/Restaurant, year-round cabins to rent, plus gas and bait for your recreation. Rudy, the owner, usually closes the bar from mid-October through December, … Continue reading
A few weeks ago we took the boat over to the Chippewa Flowage to do some exploring. The Chippewa Flowage in Sawyer County, Wisconsin, has got to be one of the most picturesque bodies of water I’ve ever seen … Continue reading
A friend of mine in the Yahara Fishing Club (Madison, WI) passed on this link to a new app that allows you to easily check fishing regulations using your cell phone. He didn’t specify what phone format this is for. cida.usgs.gov/wdnr_regs/apex/f?p=288:HOME_JQM_SMARTPHONE:0::NO:::
The Lac Courte Oreilles shoreline was a stark sight today; skeletal boat lifts hiding among the pines, pier sections haphazardly scattered about by procrastinators who foolishly thought they could sway Mother Nature into allowing just one more warm day, and the emergence of … Continue reading