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The pushpin is the start of the trout water and continuers to the West (I.E. left side of the image).

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Then click on + or - icons to zoom in or out. More info

 

 

DNR managed lands, Green shaded area are public land and the Pink is fishing easements. See DNR web site for up to date info.

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A bunch of info can be found on this web site.  Waupaca Public GIS access.

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Little Wolf River

County: Waupaca, Portage, and Marathon Counties

DeLorme Page: 65 C-6, C-7, D-7, and D-8

Wisconsin Trout Regulations Page: 19 and 20.

GPS  44.619372, -89.072256

Satellite Image of the Little Wolf river.

Map of DNR managed lands along the Little Wolf  River.

Area GIS maps.

The Little Wolf is located in the northern part of the central region, thus it has come of the characteristics of the sand counties streams and those of the northern free stone.  The sandy sections will remind you of the other steams like the Mecan.  But some sections are pocket water that will have you thinking about the Wolf River in Landlade Co. 

 

This blend of sand and free stone can make for an interesting day of fishing.  Reading the water here can be fun because a lot of the fishing is behind rocks, slicks in the rapids, and the head of small pools.   Then in the next section you will find under cut banks and log jams buried in sand.  You will find a good mix of brookies and browns, with the brookies favoring the up end of the river.  Consider taking along some high floating flies like Irrestibles and Goddard Caddis for the pocket water sections.  Maybe even some stimulators for that possible stone fly hatch.

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