As reports roll in for the first few weeks of the Early Season in Wisconsin, it sounds like the warm up has left the banks free of snow and the waters a bit up. The perfect way to start, what I hope, will shape up to be a great trout fishing season and a great fishing season overall.
For me, getting back on my feet is becoming more of a reality, as I start to take the twig that's become of my right leg, and get it back in shape. So as I kick back and enjoy some quality time with the Mrs., I thought I'd share some reports from guys out there and making early season a success.
Kyle Zempel leads Black Earth Angling Co. and is a not only a great fisherman but also quite the photographer. I've had the chance to be on the water with him a handful of times and he's knowledgeable and a hell of a fisherman. He's the only guy I've ever see pull 40+" of trout out of a single run in four casts. If you're looking for a day out in the Driftless, or a day you'll never forget on the Lower Wisconsin, give him a call. You won't regret it. Plus, rumor has it, they may have just picked up a pasture raised Berkshire hog to be incorporated in to shore lunches.
Until then, I'm counting down the days!