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Ashland, Washburn & Bayfield, Wisconsin, Chequamegon Bay Fishing Guide Conditions and Reports

LOCAL INFORMATION: Come to Northern Wisconsin . . . plan a special getaway that includes: RECREATION . . . RELAXATION . . . RENEWAL . . . in Ashland and Bayfield County.  We offer stunning scenic beauty, an infinite variety of attractions, never ending adventures, first-class lodgings and relaxing campgrounds, memorable meals and you'll be welcomed with a smile and greeted like a friend.

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FISHING REPORTS:

Click on a Guide's Name below for their report in this area.

Barry Drews - Lake Gogebic Michigan area.
Dennis "Dewey" Holmes - Greater Minocqua & North Lakeland (Manitowish Waters, Presque Isle, Winchester and Boulder Junction) areas. Dennis's website

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