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VOL: JUNE 30, 2012   ISSUE: SHOW #726

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This Week: WaveSpin Reel• Bass Professor Doug Hannon previews his latest invention
• Summer fun at Castle Rock Park

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• Dan reviews Al Corso Restaurant in Collins, Wisconsin
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Fourth annual Landing Blitz for aquatic invasive species doubles coverage

Citizen volunteers and aquatic invasive species experts will be teaming up to educate boaters at more than 200 landings across Wisconsin over the week of the Fourth of July. This is the fourth annual Landing Blitz, where participants will provide free boat inspection and remind boaters how to avoid spreading Eurasian water-milfoil, zebra mussels and other aquatic invasive species. The program has grown over the years, with the 200 landings staffed this year more than double last year’s coverage of 90 landings staffed by boat inspectors.

Aquatic invasive species (AIS) can crowd out native species, disrupt lake ecosystems and interfere with boating, fishing and other recreation. They create extra costs and lost value to homeowners and to state industries such as utilities, real estate, manufacturing, shipping, tourism, fishing and recreation. Invasives and fish diseases (such as viral hemorrhagic septicemia or VHS) spread to new waters primarily aboard boating and fishing equipment, or when live fish or water moved from one water body to another.




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Bass Professor talks bass behavior and shares tips on how to catch Wisconsin largemouths and smallmouths

Doug Hannon


Manager of Castle Rock Park in Adams County, Wisconsin previews July 4th activities and the upcoming Triathlon at Castle Rock Park

Mark Miller


Proprietor of Dumper Dan’s Sportfishing Charters reports the great Lake Michigan trout and salmon action continues off Sheboygan

Capt. Dan Welsch

GENE DELLINGER | Proprietor of D&S Bait, Tackle & Archery reports fantastic perch fishing on Lake Mendota

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FISHING CONTESTS: Find them ALL online:  @ American Fishing Contests


Recent hot weather, low water prompts fish kills in southern Wisconsin; citizens asked to report dead fish to DNR

News Pic, Summer Fish Kill, Colin Archer, The Average Angler: thermal stress fish kill on NY AuSauble River-2010
Summer fish kills take their toll with low oxygen levels due to a variety of environmental factors. Report kills. Reduce your stressors on fish.

image courtesy Colin Archer – The Average Angler ©2010

Four recent fish kills in southern Wisconsin have prompted Wisconsin Department of Natural Resource officials to remind citizens to quickly call the DNR if they see large numbers of dead fish in their local lake, river or stream.

A long stretch of hot weather combined with a lack of precipitation has created low water and oxygen levels in many waterways, said Scot Stewart, DNR south central district fisheries supervisor.

“As water temperatures go up, water is not able to hold as much oxygen, which fish need,” said Stewart. “Respiration by plants can reduce the amount of oxygen to levels lethal to fish. That’s when summer fish kills occur.”

The four fish kills occurred in the Rock River in Dodge County, upstream from the Horicon dam; near Hustisford in Dodge County at the base of Lake Sinissippi; Beckman Mill Pond in Green County; and on the Yahara River below Lake Kegonsa in Dane County.

The department estimates the Rock River kill caused the death of more than 500 fish, mostly carp, but a number of walleye also. The fish kill near Hustisford involved close to 2,000 fish, including a large number of walleye and channel catfish. The agency is still investigating the other two fish kills, said Stewart.

“Unfortunately, fish kills due to hot weather and from other factors happen every summer around the state, and we encourage citizens to call the DNR as soon as they think they see one,” said Stewart.

Stewart added that the sooner the DNR knows about a fish kill, the more accurate information staff can collect, which helps the department learn the exact causes.

To report a potential fish kill, or if you see dead fish, please call the DNR Tip Line at 1-800-TIP-WDNR (1-800-847-9367).

Read more here:

For more information:

  • Scot Stewart, 608-273-5967
  • Andrew Savagian, 608-275-3317


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