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Guidelines with Kurt Kimpton: Wisconsin River Report

Unseasonably warm weather for October has made for a great top water bite.
Water temps are holding at 66 to 67 and the fish are feeding heavily.
Normally this time of year the rubber bite would be in full swing but top water has been outperforming everything that we have been throwing.
Slow rolling top water along current edges has been key to getting bit. 

Gregg Thomas

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