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Wisconsin Fishing / Winnebago System Sturgeon Enthusiasts
« on: February 18, 2018, 06:13:41 PM »
Winnebago System Sturgeon Spearing Enthusiasts:
 
There were 69 lake sturgeon harvested from Lake Winnebago today, making today the 2nd largest harvest of the season behind only opening day when 83 fish were registered.  Today’s harvest is also very similar to yesterday’s in terms of number of fish registered (68 on Saturday), but different in terms of which stations were the busiest.  Wendt’s, Calumet Harbor (Pipe), and Jerry’s Bar (Oshkosh) were the busiest stations on Saturday, in that order, while Cal Harbor, Wendt’s and Waverly Beach were the top three stations today.  Yes, you read correctly, Waverly Beach was one of the busier stations on the lake today.  There were just 21 fish registered at Waverly Beach during the first 8 days of the season, but today was a new day as 10 fish were registered there.
 
The largest fish of the day was 141.4 pounds, 75.7” and registered at Jerry’s Bar by Gregory Naparalla of Berlin (photo included).  The season will continue for 7 more days, but I do want to notify spearers that we have decided to close our registration stations at Waverly Beach, Quinney, and Jerry’s Bar for the remainder of the season.  Successful spearers will still be able to register their fish at Payne’s Point, Stockbridge Harbor, Calumet Harbor (Pipe), and Wendt’s.
 
Good luck spearing over the last week of the season!

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Winnebago System Sturgeon Spearing Enthusiasts:
 
There were 24 sturgeon harvested from Lake Winnebago today bringing the season total to 253.  Calumet Harbor (Pipe) paced the way with 7 fish while Stockbridge Harbor and Jerry’s Bar (Oshkosh) each registered 4.  On the season, Wendt’s has a pretty good lead on all other stations with 67 fish registered thus far.  The largest fish of the day was 92.5 pounds (67.2”) and registered at Calumet Harbor by Joseph Brenner.  Unfortunately, we did not get a picture of Joseph with his fish.  The season will continue for another 11 days, so spearers will have some time to get out and harvest a fish yet this season.
 
Yesterday I mentioned that the 84.5” fish registered at Jerry’s Bar was the longest fish that I had confirmed record of being harvested.  We have fairly reliable harvest records dating back to the early 1970s, but only intermittent records prior to that.  Yesterday’s fish was the longest fish in our data set during this time period, however, I was made aware of at least one longer fish harvested prior to the 1970s.  That fish was Bill Mortimer’s 85” 168 pound sturgeon harvested during the 1957 season.  I have included an excerpt from a news clipping showing a photo of Bill with his fish.  It’s possible there are other longer fish out there in the history as well.  If you are aware of any, please pass on the photo and story. 
 
Regardless of the length of fish harvested during past seasons, fish records are based off weight not length.  The current state record lake sturgeon harvested via spear was 212.2 pounds (84.2”) and taken during the 2010 spearing season.  Many of the top 11 heaviest fish on record were taken during the 2010-2013 seasons (attached document).  Although we have not had a 170+ pound fish registered in the past 5 years, we have had a number of fish harvested that were certainly long enough to be on this list had they been in better condition (plumpness).  Kyle’s fish would certainly highlight that bunch.
 
Good luck to spearers tomorrow!       

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Ice Fishing Tournaments / Carroll Lake Ice Derby
« on: February 08, 2018, 10:50:05 AM »
2/24       Carroll Lake Ice Derby
                Lake Tomahawk Fisheree deused0

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Ice Fishing Tournaments / Bob Lemer Tournament
« on: February 08, 2018, 10:48:58 AM »
2/17       Bob Lemer Tournament - Lake Katherine
                Wisconsin High School State Championship

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Ice Fishing Tournaments / Plum Lake Tournament
« on: February 08, 2018, 10:47:49 AM »
2/10       Plum Lake Tournament – to Benefit Sayner-Star Lake Lions Projects

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Wisconsin Fishing / Minocqua area fishing report
« on: February 08, 2018, 10:46:41 AM »
Minocqua Area Fishing Report

Despite the bracket of cold temps and added snow this past weekend, the lure of February’s Ice Derbies brought anglers out in droves to fish a little and get a chance to win something, as well as help raise money for good causes.
 
Fishing picked up over the past weekend for many, though “the day after the derby hangover” seemed to have slowed things a bit.
 
Crappie:  Good – Most action deep.  Tip-downs (when not too cold) tipped with small rosie reds best.  When Crappies turing their nose up at minnows, try jigging chartreuse, orange, glow or gold #4 or #5 Fiskas tipped with waxies.  Keep movement to a minimum when dealing with these negative fish.  VMC Tungsten Flys also working well, here the subtle movement of the added hair may be what’s making the difference.  Most reports of Crappies in 18-30’, usually 1-2’ off bottom.  One group found nice fish suspended 15’ off a 30’ mud flat.
 
Yellow Perch:  Good – Deep mud flats best.  Venom tungsten core glow rattle spoons, Halis, pimples, Chandeliers and Flash Champs.  Red spikes and wigglers best.  The rattles and glow of the Venom spoons help pulling in fish.  Bang bait in mud to attract attention.
 
Northern Pike:  Good – Action improved, a few 30”+ fish reported.  Best on large shiners.  Where a deeper, 10-14’ weed edge is applicable, fish there as larger Pike being caught along these edges.
 
Bluegill:  Good – Not great numbers, but good reports of 7, 8, 9 and even 10”+ Gills!  Anglers finding Gills in 8-12’ standing cabbage using small Tungsten jig flys or just plain #3-#4 Fiska jigs tipped with red, purple, motor oil and sometimes clear/silver J&S plastics or wedges.  Some open water Gills holding over sandgrass in 16-23’ preferring clear, motor oil or black plastic on Dude jigs of red or black.
 
Walleye:  Fair-Poor – Catches few, but better than previous week.  Smaller suckers, shiners or large rosies.  Jigging Raps, Hyper Glydes and spoons with light by Northland and 13 Flash Bangs for after dark.  The smaller Rippin Raps also working, though Walleye don’t seem to be as aggressive as earlier in season.
 
Largemouth Bass:  Poor – Cold not conducive to good action.  Use medium shiners on tip-ups or a shiner head jigged on a #4 pimple.
 
Ice thickness continues to grow slowly, 18-22” on average.  Travel good despite recent snow.  A few reports of slush on lakes with heavy snow and little traffic.
 
Tournaments
2/10       Plum Lake Tournament – to Benefit Sayner-Star Lake Lions Projects
2/17       Bob Lemer Tournament - Lake Katherine
                Wisconsin High School State Championship
2/24       Carroll Lake Ice Derby
                Lake Tomahawk Fisheree deused0 \lsd??_?q



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Wisconsin Fishing / Wisconsin Outdoor Statewide fishing report
« on: December 22, 2017, 10:26:17 AM »
Wisconsin Outdoor Statewide fishing report

Sawyer County - Most smaller lakes have 4 to 6 inches of good ice, but some of the larger lakes just froze up completely in the last week and have 1 to 4 inches of ice. There is a fair amount of snow on the ice which is leading to slush and inconsistent ice underneath. People should be very careful if they venture out to fish. Anglers finding good ice have found the fishing good. Bluegill were biting well both in shallow green weeds (5-10 feet of water) and off of deeper cribs. Walleye are taking minnows on tip-ups on the outside edges of weed beds in 10 to 20 feet of water. Pike action on tip ups has been slower than average, but that might point to good pike fishing in the near future. Pike never seem to stay inactive for long in the winter and can typically be caught in 5-15 feet of water, particularly where there are weeds. - Max Wolter, fisheries biologist, Hayward


Price County - Ice development is coming along very slowly on area lakes. Some lakes have 4-6 inches of ice while others have less than 1 inch in spots. Last week's cold spell did not put on as much ice as anticipated. This week's snowfall will insulate the ice and slow any development that is taking place. Extreme caution should be used when venturing out onto the ice. Anglers that have been getting out in the Park Falls area are catching fish. Bluegills are biting in 4-7 feet of water on small jigs with spikes. Crappies are being found a little deeper over flats or near cribs. Minnows with slip bobbers are working well for them. Walleye anglers are catching walleyes in 3 to 6 feet of water on small minnows set under tip ups. Every day has been different as far as action. Somedays they are biting well, somedays they have been very picky. It has been dependent on the weather fronts pushing through. - Chad Leanna, fisheries technician, Park Falls

Oneida County - Anglers have been on the ice for the last couple weeks. Some early reports are that some folks are catching walleyes of decent size. Ice conditions are still variable up here. It's been cold, in the teens, but the amount of steady snow we've had hasn't been the best for making good ice. People are reporting anywhere from 2-8 inches or so depending on lake (smaller lakes tending to have more); however, anybody going out should still exercise caution. - Hadley Boehm, fisheries biologist, Woodruff

Milwaukee County - With the warm winter weather, most of our waterways are currently free of ice. However, we should see cold and snow over Christmas weekend, with more ice cover on our inland lakes and ponds.

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Wisconsin Sports Shows / 2018 WI Sport Show - Eau Claire
« on: October 16, 2017, 12:08:58 PM »
Join us March 16-18 for the 2018 Wisconsin Sport Show!
Presented by the Eau Claire Leader Telegram
Chippewa Valley Expo Center



5150 Menard Drive
Eau Claire, WI 54703
Event Hours

3 PM to 8 PM Friday
9 AM to 6 PM Saturday
9 AM to 4PM Sunday

Admission
$7 in advance or $9 at the door. Advanced tickets will be available January 15th, 2018 here on the site.

Special Admission Offers
Freedom Friday!
All active and retired military receive their individual admission for just $5! Friday only from 3 PM to 8 PM.
Senior Sunday!
All individuals 62 years of age and older receive their individual admission for just $5! Sunday only from 9 AM to 4 PM.
Proof of age and military status may be requested.


This year's event will feature exhibitors, demonstrations, presentations and special guests.
Sport Show participating organizations will include:

Fishing! Charters, Equipment, Retail, Demonstrations and Presentations
Canadian and North American Lodges
Hunting Displays, Presentations, and Outfitters
Fishing Seminars presented by Scheels
Boats and Pontoons
ATVs, Motorcycles, RVs and other recreational vehicles
Docks and Lifts
Hunting Dog Demonstrations
Many retail opportunities
Live chainsaw carving demonstrations and sales
Conservation and Wildlife Organizations
Free Parking
Fun for the whole family!
http://www.wisportshow.com/



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Post your Whitetail Pictures HERE / Carter John Benson First Deer
« on: October 11, 2017, 11:22:05 AM »
My Grandson 10 year old Carter harvested his first Deer this last weekend, how proud we are of him. It just doesn't seem possible that he is old enough to take a deer this year, but he did it in grand style. He shot a very nice doe on Sat. evening and an 8 point Buck Sun. Great job Carter!










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General Hunting Dog topics / Hunting Dog Killed in Burnett County
« on: October 10, 2017, 12:11:22 PM »
Hunting Dog Killed in Burnett County



Wildlife Services confirmed that wolves depredated a Bluetick hound on 10/01/17.  The attack occurred in the Town of Blaine, Burnett County.  More information and a caution-area map are available on the gray wolf webpage.

Hunters are reminded to use the caution-area maps on the DNR website (dnr.wi.gov, keyword "wolf depredation") to help reduce conflicts.


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Trail Reports and ATV News / Burnett County Forest & Parks
« on: September 27, 2017, 11:17:09 AM »
Fall riding season begins tomorrow, Sept. 16

From September 16 - November 30 of each year the Burnett County Forest Woods Trails & County Forest Roads are open for ATV/UTV use.  What this means is that you can ride your registered ATV/UTV on any woods trail, snowmobile trail, and ATV trail that is located on County Forest Lands, as long as it is not bermed, gated, or signed as closed and is at least eight feet wide.  (A good rule of thumb is that if you can drive your truck down the trail, then you take your ATV/UTV down it.)  NO off trail use is allowed and operation on private lands is illegal unless you have permission from the private landowner.

It is VERY important to note that all of these trails are currently multi-use trails.  This means that any street legal, licensed vehicle can use these trails during this time, (cars and trucks for example). It's also important to note that these trails are no longer being maintained during this time of year.  For these reasons we call the State-Funded Summer Use ATV Trail System closed, even though you can still ride the majority of these same trails because they are located on County Forest Lands and township roads that currently allow for the use of ATV/UTVs during this time of year. 

Some township ordinances allow for ATV/UTV use of the town roads and others do NOT allow it.  It is the rider’s responsibility to contact the township in which you plan to ride in and get the current rules pertaining to ATVs/UTVs and the town roads.  Please contact the individual townships for their rules and regulations.

All ATVs and UTVs must display either a Wisconsin registration or an ATV trail pass to ride on our trails.  Only machines meeting the state definition of an ATV/UTV are allowed on these trails.  Please refer to the WI DNR website for these definitions.

Caution: Groomers and trail maintenance vehicles may be on the trails at any time.

It is your responsibility to know where you are and whose property you are on.  Please be careful, be respectful to other trail users, and ride safely.

Contact Information
If you need any maps, or if you need any other information, please contact Burnett County Tourism at 1-800-788-3164 or feel free to email them at Bctour@sirentel.net.

To contact Burnett County Forest & Parks, please visit their website at www.burnettcounty.com/trails

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Great Lakes Fishing / Green Bay Fishing Report:
« on: September 27, 2017, 11:15:19 AM »
Green Bay Fishing Report: September 26, 2017
Door Co.
A few smallmouth bass have been caught from the piers at Murphy Park, Egg Harbor and Ephraim but action seems to be slowing down. Bass fishermen getting out to the Strawberry Islands and Washington Island have been doing well when the wind permits. Casting the weeds in Fish Creek with crankbaits has been productive for Northern Pike. Chinook are just starting to move in for the fall run. Action in Baileys Harbor and Fish Creek as well as other area streams will pick up as we head into October.
Chaudoirs Dock – Anglers on the hunt for walleye weren’t doing so hot over the past week out of Chaudiors dock. About every other boat came back with a few fish for the cooler. While they were out they also caught a nice variety of other fish like, freshwater drum, catfish, white bass, white perch and few whitefish. No perch anglers were interviewed. During the week there were 5-7 trailers in the lot and 7-10 on the weekend
Sugar Creek - No angler’s observed
Rites Cove - No angler’s observed
Little Sturgeon Bay – During the week the mix was mostly walleye and perch anglers but with the uncharacteristically warm weather pleasure boaters and bass fishermen snuck out on the water. The walleye anglers didn’t do too well and only a few boats brought back any fish at all. Perch anglers on the other hand did alright. There were a few boats that came back empty but the majority of those out fishing for perch took home 7-15 fish. During the weekend bass anglers caught less than a handful of fish for half a day on the water. During the week there were 10-12 trailers in the lot and over 20 during the weekend.
Sawyer Harbor – Over the previous week there was a blend of anglers and pleasure boaters out on the water. A few went fishing for walleye and all but one came back with empty live wells. The Perch anglers on the other hand were surprisingly consistent with their catch. Most boats were harvesting over 15 fish and a few even hit their limit. Some fish were measured and had lengths from 8-11 inches. A few bass anglers were also interviewed and all of them averaged less than 10 fish for half a day out on the water. While out anglers also caught a few gobies as well as a few nice northern pike. The parking lot averaged around 8 trailers in it during the week and 15 during the weekend.
Brown/Kewaunee Co. - Bay side from Sturgeon Bay area south
Bayshore - Over this past week walleye fishing hasn’t been overwhelmingly successful but it has been consistent. Most boats were harvesting 2-5 fish for half a day worth of fishing and throwing back a couple fish that were short. They were also catching freshwater drum, white perch, and catfish. Yellow perch anglers were having trouble locating fish but when they did they were putting at least 10 per boat in the cooler. Most fish measured were 9-11 inches with a few that broke 13 in. Anglers using night crawlers were catching far more round goby’s than those that were using minnows. During the week the parking lot was about a third full and almost full on the weekend.
Suamico – Boat anglers were targeting walleye and musky with little luck. Anglers after musky reported not having any luck, while walleye anglers reported bringing in 2-4 fish per trip. Again, the warm weather over the weekend brought out more recreational boaters than anglers with around 45 trailers in the lot.
Longtail Lauches- no anglers or trailers
Metro launch – An average of 8 trailers were observed at the beginning of the week and nearly 60 trailers over the weekend with the warm weather. At the beginning few boat anglers reported targeting walleye and caught approximately 6 fish for a half day out. This weekends unseasonably hot weather brought out more recreational boaters than anglers, though the anglers which were out had fairly consistent luck as anglers earlier in the week.
Fox River Mouth – High trailer counts all week which ended up resulting in high number of interviews from pleasure boaters. With the nice weather we have had lately the public is getting on the water and enjoying the sun. As for anglers, walleye has been the main target with anglers launching from the mouth and running a couple miles north usually. Walleye angler have had a tough time finding decent numbers of walleyes and they are also struggling to keep the non-target fish off their lines, many times white perch or freshwater drum will hit their baits before a walleye has time. Shore anglers from the river mouth have still been doing good catching freshwater drum with the occasional channel catfish mixed in. The river’s water temperature is quite high right now with many anglers reporting 82-85 degree surface temperatures.
Fox River- Almost all of my interviews from the upper portion of the river came from pleasure boaters with most of the anglers targeting fish out in the bay right now. Fish species that have been caught by anglers in the upper portion have been, freshwater drum, and channel catfish.
Fox Point Launch – Few trailers observed, no interviews taken
Fairgrounds – Few trailers observed, no interviews taken.
Duck Creek - Few trailers observed, no interviews taken
Voyager Park – Few anglers observed, no interviews taken.
Red River - No anglers observed
Oconto Co.
Blue gill and crappie still top the list that fishermen are after below the Dam at Stiles on the Oconto River, live bait is working the best. Anglers floating the Oconto River report catching good numbers of small mouth using small crank baits and plastics. Walleye anglers fishing from the Pensaukee River mouth to Oconto Park II report having success in about 15 feet of water trolling with large cranks and crawler/harness. The perch bite has been decent at times with most fish being caught early morning using minnows or crawler chunks, staying mobile has been the rule. A few pink salmon and Kings have been observed below the Dam at Stiles.
Genoas Beach - Anglers reported targeting mostly musky with little luck. Some said they were saw one or two fish, but were unable to reel any in. Some (3-5) walleyes were also caught by a few anglers with freshwater drum, gobies, and white bass as well. The parking lot had much less trailers as normal, averaging around 10 throughout the week and weekend.
Marinette Co.
Anglers floating the Peshtigo River report catching goodly numbers of small mouth and pike casting cranks and plastics to structure and current breaks. Perch anglers are having some success fishing the lower part of the river using minnows and crawler chunks. A few salmon have been seen in the Peshtigo River. Perch anglers out of Little River are having success fishing in and around the weed beds using crawler chunks and minnows, lots of small fish being reported. Perch are also being caught at Red Arrow Beach using the same techniques. Some walleye and small mouth are being caught in the Menominee River mainly from Stephenson Island up to the Dam at Hattie Street. A variety of presentations are being used. King salmon have been observed jumping at the Hattie Street Dam.

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Great Lakes Fishing / Milwaukee Fishing Lake Michigan Salmon Report
« on: September 27, 2017, 11:13:45 AM »
Milwaukee Fishing Lake Michigan Salmon Report

Milwaukee Fishing, Multi Species Action!

By Milwaukee Wisconsin fishing charter Capt. Jim Hirt

Lake Michigan Salmon Fishing Report 9/25/2017 Hello all thank you for reading my reports. Join us in Milwaukee! To get my fish reports and how to videos first go to http://www.jimhirt.com By subscribing you will keep ahead of the other anglers. When I post you will get it fast!

How

The fishing was good last weekend. We are finding colder water and schools of baitfish in 30 to 100 feet of water The temp break was down 25 feet to 47 degrees. Chinook numbers were down this last weekend with some five to seven pound Lake Trout picking up the slack. Lakers were active on the bottom in 90 feet of water. Coho are still coming on flasher flies on the wire divers 3 set 130 feet on the line counter. Brown trout were solid on 2,3,4,5,6 and 8 color lead core on boards with regular size Vulcan spoons. The OL Sherbet color was best all season. Chins went for Vulcan spoons in blue/silver or green/silver. Downriggers on the bottom with size 0 dodgers and Spin n Glows are taking the Lakers. Reapers and Vulcans made by http://www.badgertackle.com have been working for us. The small silver Vulcan in green or blue has also been good on the lead cores for exciting Rainbows. I hope this helps.

Lake Trout action was a big part of our catch all week on magnum spoons 100 to 130 down or Spin n glows.

Brown Trout action was hot on small spoons on lead core.

Rainbow Trout were slow hitting Vulcan Dolphin Green and Silver spoons in the top 40 feet.

Coho have slowed down most of them came 70 down on Magnum Reapers Fish N Chips spoons or flasher flies.

Where!

Bait fish are in 30 to 100 I fished anywhere inside of 100 feet in Whitefish Bay. Near shore action on McKinley pier has improved the black Chinooks and a few Browns being caught. Head northeast and set lines in 30 feet. Troll northeast have a great fishing season. Let's go fishing! Jim charters out of Milwaukee, WI. with Blue Max Charters. He can be reached at 414-828-1094 or visit his web site at http://www.bluemaxcharters.com Copyright© 2017, James J. Hirt, All Rights Reserved.

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General Hunting Dog topics / Hunting Dog Killed in Bayfield County
« on: September 27, 2017, 11:12:05 AM »
Hunting Dog Killed in Bayfield County

Wildlife Services confirmed that wolves depredated a Black and Tan Hound on 09/21/17.  The attack occurred in the Town of Delta, Bayfield County.  More information and a caution-area map are available on the gray wolf webpage.

Hunters are reminded to use the caution-area maps on the DNR website (dnr.wi.gov, keyword "wolf depredation") to help reduce conflicts.

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Price County Tourism Department - Calendar of Events – http://www.pricecountywi.net/calendar.aspx?CID=23


1.   Phillips Farmers Market

September 26, 2017, 3:00 PM?-?5:30 PM @ Corner of Maple St & Avon Ave, 1/2 block off Highway 13, Phillips - across from the Pick ‘n Save store 195 S. Avon Avenue Phillips WI 54555

Items vary from week to week and depend on time of year and may include early bedding plants, rhubarb, herbs, maple syrup, honey, cranberry products, berries, greens & lettuce, vegetables, perennials & potted plants, apples, onions, garlic, peppers, and more. Local vendors interested in participating can come every Saturday or just one for a small fee. Contact the manager to participate.

2.   Park Falls Farmers Market

September 27, 2017, 2:00 PM?-?5:15 PM @ Christ the Servant Lutheran Church, 1185 4th Avenue S. Park Falls WI 54552

Items vary each week depending on what fruits and vegetables are in season, plus a variety of other items are available, for instance, eggs, syrup, honey, jams, relishes, meat, and plants. Quest cards/Food Stamps can be used for food purchases at the market for both foods and vegetable plants & seeds and “Market Dollars” are accepted by all vendors. They are available for purchase at the market and are a great idea for gift giving or incentives. WIC coupons and senior market coupons are also accepted by most of our vendors. Eat smart, eat local, be healthy! New vendors at the market are always welcome – contact the Market Manager.

3.   Southern Price County Farmers Market

September 30, 2017, 8:00 AM?-?12:00 PM @ Catawba Farm Supply / C-Store, CatawbaW9149 U.S. Hwy. 8 Catawba WI 54515

Fresh produce when in season, cut flowers, bedding plants, herbs, houseplants, trees & shrubs, pumpkins, melons, rhubarb, berries, apples, sweet corn, and craft items.

4.   58th Annual Christmas Tree Festival

September 30, 2017, 9:00 AM @ Downtown Ogema, 1859 School House Road Ogema WI 54459

Craft show & flea market at the town hall & school 10am-4pm, softball & horseshoe tournaments at Pioneer Park, food booths, parade at 11 a.m., “Run to the Peak” race to Timm’s Hill, kids games & prizes at the school yard 11am-3pm, chicken BBQ at the Ogema School 11:30 a.m., plus other food and refreshments, Ultimate Frisbee, Ogema Public Library open house & book/video sale, Pioneer House Museum open, wreath and Christmas tree contest (ribbons & cash prizes), lasagna dinner at First Lutheran Church 4-6 p.m., evening show/program 7 p.m., and the Ogema Fire Company’s annual Fireman’s Dance at the fire hall 8 p.m. - midnight.

5.   Phillips Farmers Market

September 30, 2017, 9:00 AM?-?12:00 PM @ Corner of Maple St & Avon Ave, 1/2 block off Highway 13, Phillips - across from the Pick ‘n Save store 195 S. Avon Avenue Phillips WI 54555

Items vary from week to week and depend on time of year and may include early bedding plants, rhubarb, herbs, maple syrup, honey, cranberry products, berries, greens & lettuce, vegetables, perennials & potted plants, apples, onions, garlic, peppers, and more. Local vendors interested in participating can come every Saturday or just one for a small fee. Contact the manager to participate.

6.   1st Annual Colors of Fall Festival

September 30, 2017, 10:00 AM?-?6:00 PM @ Flambeau View Greenhouse, 16872 N. River Road Park Falls WI 54552

This event begins with music and sidewalk sales in downtown Park Falls from 10am-noon then enjoy the fall-decorated houses and beautiful fall colors along the river in the Fall 4 Run/Walk (reg. 11am across from 1st National Bank / noon start) which ends at Flambeau View Greenhouse where festival activities (noon-4pm) await you offering craft beer sampling, live music, arts & crafts, pumpkins, scarecrows, fall flowers, kids activities, hay rides, hot cider & donuts. Have family and friends join you at the greenhouse for festival activities after the run/walk. Activities being held downtown include a Chili Challenge (4-6pm free samples) with nine (9) restaurants cooking up their special recipes, music, and a kids' corner with pumpkin decorating and face painting (1-4pm). Plus there will be a raffles for great prizes. The run/walk participants will also be the judges of the best fall-decorated house along the route. Everyone welcome! Fun for the Whole Family!

1.   "Seraph Brass" presented by the Woods & Waters Fine Arts Council

October 3, 2017, 7:00 PM @ Chequamegon High School, 400 N. 9th Street Park Falls WI 54552

A dynamic brass quintet drawing from a roster of America's top female brass players. Committed to engaging audiences with captivating programming, Seraph Brass presents a diverse body of repertoire that includes original transcriptions, newly commissioned works, and well-known classics. This performance is part of a Concert Series, and ticket purchase includes membership and admission to eight (8) different concerts.

2.   Park Falls Farmers Market

October 4, 2017, 2:00 PM?-?5:15 PM @ Christ the Servant Lutheran Church, 1185 4th Avenue S. Park Falls WI  54552

Items vary each week depending on what fruits and vegetables are in season, plus a variety of other items are available, for instance, eggs, syrup, honey, jams, relishes, meat, and plants. Quest cards/Food Stamps can be used for food purchases at the market for both foods and vegetable plants & seeds and “Market Dollars” are accepted by all vendors. They are available for purchase at the market and are a great idea for gift giving or incentives. WIC coupons and senior market coupons are also accepted by most of our vendors. Eat smart, eat local, be healthy! New vendors at the market are always welcome – contact the Market Manager.

3.   POPS Garage Sale

October 5, 2017, 8:00 AM?-?October 7, 2017, 5:00 PM @ Lions Pavilion, 730 South Street Prentice WI  54556

Large selection and variety of items. The shelves are restocked daily with new items. This fundraiser is sponsored for Power of Positive Students (POPS).

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