Ok, water levels are low so that’s pushing the fish to the middle of the river, running up the bottom channel to get as far up the system as they can to look for some spawning areas, which may be hard to find. People are catching fish and I expect things to get going better for more anglers as we see a bit of a warm up. We could use a little rain, but as Kendal Kamke said in my podcast (THAT”S RIGHT, I HAVE A NEW PODCAST) that a low water year would be great for the vegetation that helps support the panfish population, which has declined a bit. I’ll try to stay in touch here but look for up dated reports on my podcast Talking Wisconsin Outdoors which you can find at www.talkwisoutdoors.com or on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/TalkWisOutdoors You can get it on your computer, smart phone, iPad or tablet. Listen and share, or be in touch and get in on the conversation.