NANFA-- Collecting trip, This Saturday

R. W. Wolff (
Sun, 18 Jan 2004 21:52:44 -0600

My friend Matt and I went on a collecting trip, hoping to find burbot. We
went to some sites, that can be seen on the " Winter Collecting Video 2001".
Mostly the Yellow River. We also checked out some spots on the Lemonwier
River, both of these in Juneau county Wisconsin. Here is a list of what we
caught at the Yellow:
Banded darter
Johnny darter
Crawfish ( rusties? covered with black crud)
Cadis fly larvae
At the Lemonwier we did not try to catch anything, but made notes on a few
sites checked out from the Gazeteer. We also found an interesting spot that
a local directed us too. This was after the fella thought we might be fur
trappers, and moving in on his and four other guys from the area. He was
nice none the less.

After that we stopped in Tomah to meet Ray Katula, since I was getting some
glass worms from him. I am set until spring for live food if this is the
only thing I have to feed my fish.

You can check out some photos of the fish on my web site -

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