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I've fished the Winnebago system many times, for walleye, perch,gills, white bass etc. but never really targeted Muskies , rommor has it that there are some trophy class Muskies swimming in them waters..
You asked where can you find them..
thats a hard question to answer as you have to look at the big picture the winnebago system consists of a number of lakes connected together, lake winnebago is the largest 137,708 acres with 88 miles of shore line with an avereage depth 15.5' and a maximum depth of 21' then you have Lake Butte des morts, lake winneconne,lake poygan, plus the fox and wolf rivers some 166,800 acres combined.. the old saying muskies are a fish of a thousand casts definatly apply here LOL I know that the Wisconsin DNRs stocking program includes stocking muskies in the winnebago system most of which, if not all have been stocked in the upper lakes (poygan and winneconne) I personaly would start there and work my way down to winnebago ,working the weed beds,downed timber, rocky shorelines.. and the canebeds on lake butte des morts for starter.. baits: bulldawgs,depth raiders,suicks,ducktail weed warrior jerkbaits.
Again welcome to the web site ..
just to let you know each year a group of us member here on the BB get together to fish the Mississippi river by La Crosse Wisconsin if your interested in joining us for a great time Check out My La Crosse get together post under the meets topic ..
Take care and good luck fishin
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