Angler's Pride Taxidermy

Angler's Pride Taxidermy
Angler's Pride Taxidermy is listed in the Taxidermy category in Milton, Wisconsin. Displayed below is the only current social network for Angler's Pride Taxidermy which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Angler's Pride Taxidermy on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 75.

Contact information for Angler's Pride Taxidermy is:
30 3rd St
Milton, WI 53563
(608) 868-9122

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Angler's Pride Taxidermy has an overall ZapScore of 75. This means that Angler's Pride Taxidermy has a higher ZapScore than 75% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Milton, Wisconsin is 34 and in the Taxidermy category is 33. Learn more about ZapScore

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Bob from Muscatine Iowa booked a morning trip on "The Rock" for today. A little chilly start to the morning, but warmed nicely after the sun showed itself. We started floating minnows under slip bobbers in shallow water and boated about 10 crappies, kept 2. The same number of "shorties", 4 nice size cats. We moved out to the main lake to work jigs around submerged timber but the bite was slow. We had another "shortie", another cat, and a small sheeps head. Moved to the north end and tried around some humps in the channel but the current was really strong and the water is very dirty, and a lot of junk floating. Should have stayed with the bobbers! 🤔 A slight chance for a little rain over the weekend but not looking to bad. They are sitll running over 15,000 cfs at both dams. Keep a tight line!!! Jerry 😉

Joe, Jack, and John booked a morning trip on "The Rock" for today. When I crossed by the dam in Necedah and it looked like chocolate milk and was just roaring over the gates, so I did not hold out much hope for a good bite. When we launched there was very little wind and the sun was starting to shine. We started out soaking slip bobbers around submerged timber and the bite was ok , but we could see a front coming in from the west and in no-time at all the wind picked up, and the temperature dropped about 10 degrees and the bobber bite stopped. We tried trolling but with the muddy water and trash floating it was a little slow. We did manage a bunch of "shorties", along with white bass, crappie, and blue gill. We had a big Buffalo on for a few minutes, and lost a big cat and nice northern at the net. Earlier in the week when I was here the water temperature was in the upper 60's, today the best I seen was 57. ☚ī¸ Keep a tight line!!! Jerry 😉

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Chris and his brother Brian booked a morning trip on "The Rock" for today. We scheduled for 6 am but with the storms we waited until 8 before launching the boat. We started the morning soaking bobber rods tipped with minnows. That bite died around 10:30 so we put the boards in the water and trolled cranks to end the trip. We ended with 15 crappies, kept 11, 2 "keeper" walleyes and 9 "shorties, 3 white bass, 1 sheeps head, and four cats. 😎 Keep a tight line!!! Jerry 😉

Lance from Rome, Wi booked another morning trip on "Pete" for today. He again wanted to find some GPS locations so when he goes out on his pontoon he some knowledge of where to start. The last time he was out with me we marked spots near Monroe Park. Today we spent the first two hours marking some humps on the main lake and submerged wood on the west side. After getting about 75 more spots we got out the dead rods and jig rods tipped with minnows and worked slowly along the west shore channel edge. The "shorties" were everywhere, and hungry! In three hours we boated at least 40-50, along with 1 in the slot just shy of 28 inches. Many times we had 2 or three on at a once, and lost a bunch. We also had 1 lower 20's channel cat. 😎 Keep a tight line!!! Jerry 😉

I went out for three hours with the bobber rods on Friday and poked around for some crappies. Water temps were in the low to mid 60's so they are getting into pre-spawn mode. I kept 6 of the 16 I boated, 10 were small: 5-7 inches. 1 "Keeper" walleye and 14 "shorties", 1 white bass, and 1 cat. 😎 Keep a tight line!!! Jerry 😉