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River Currents: This Weekend: Take An Adult Fishing Tournament

Author:  | Date: 8.1.2012

It's hard to believe that this is the time of the summer when the Wilderness Fish & Game store in Sauk City has its "Annual Kids Take an Adult Fishing Tournament."  This family oriented event is in its 12th year and the popularity of this "tournament" grows every year with many children saying that this event is one of their favorite things to do every summer.  Read more

River Currents: Take An Adult Fishing Tournament

Author:  | Date: 7.10.2012

Where has the summer gone? After the "goofy" spring we had and now the weeks of hot weather and little if any rain has made the summer of 2012 one to remember. Though the area lakes and rivers warmed up quicker than normal and got the weeds growing, fishing has been good if you get on the water early or fish at night.  Read more

River Currents: What to Do in the Outdoors in Hot Weather

Author:  | Date: 7.5.2012

It's the month of July and normally you would expect to have some of the warmest temperatures of the year now or next month in August. We've had high temperatures (95-100 degrees), little or no precipitation, and high humidity. Read more

River Currents: Hot Weather Fishing Tips

Author:  | Date: 6.21.2012

This has been an unusual year for fishing to say the least! We started with a mild winter and early spring with temperatures in March warmer than those in April. The winter snowfall was average or below normal and the annual spring rains were much less than normal. Read more

Canoeing the Lower Wisconsin River

Author:  | Date: 5.31.2012

Check out this great article on canoeing the Lower Wisconsin River by Brian Clark, from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinal!  Brian's writing and interviews give you a great feeling of what it's like to travel down the Wisconsin River. http://www.jsonline.com/features/travel/canoeing-lower-wisconsin-river-feels-like-trip-back-in-time-ro5gf55-154131995.html The Sauk Prairie Riverway is fortunate to have three canoe outfitters: Read more