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NEWS STORIES

Big Ol' Fish - April 5Submitted: 04/05/2013
Story By Joe Dufek


- Not all of the neat fishing trips produce record catches. Sometimes, the more pleasurable times on the lake bring home some smaller catches.

But that doesn't mean it isn't just as rewarding.

Kim McLean of Wabeno had quite a day prch fishing at an area lake near Wabeno. The one on display was 10 1/2 inches. He was using a wiggler on a lig for bait. He says nothing beats fishing with his buddies in the Northwoods. I'm told when the day was done, he had a small cooler full of simialr sized perch.

Eagle River fishing guide Gary Myshak caught this 12 1/4 inch crappie on Columbus Lake near Sugar Camp. After the picture, this one was released to fight another day.


And for the bigger prize category this week, take a look at J.D. Brahm's prize from back in January. The Northern measured 36 inches. It was caught on a private lake in Vilas County. He was using a shiner on a tip up. J.D. says it was mighty tasty.

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 IN OTHER NEWS

WOOD COUNTY - A two car crash in Wood County hurt six people Saturday afternoon.

It happened at the intersection of County Highway B and X in the township of Wood.

The car on County Highway B didn't yield to the car on X.

A 16 year old girl was brought to the hospital by helicopter.

12 and 10 year old girls went by ambulance.

The crash is still being investigated.

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TOMAHAWK - It might not seem like spring yet.

But some people in Tomahawk spent Saturday preparing for when they can start fishing again.

They did that today by taking a class at Treehaven.

They learned how to tie their own flies to use for fly fishing.

"Everyone gets excited this time of year when the snow starts to melt, you start to see some open water and what better way to prepare by tying flies and start the fishing off with a good full box of flies," says class instructor Austin Noring.

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TOMAHAWK - The Tomahawk Elementary School hosted its first spring carnival this year. Our Sister's House, a homeless shelter being built in Tomahawk, organized the event.

"We decided to do kind of a fun theme just to kind of get our name out there a little bit, and involve the public. So we decided to do a mini carnival," said Our Sister's House President Bernice Duchac.

The event kicks off spring break, and kids seemed to think it was a great start to their break.

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VILAS COUNTY - A fire destroyed a Vilas County house Saturday afternoon.

The Vilas County Sheriff's Office got a call about the fire in the Township of Winchester.

The woman who was in the house got out safely with her pet.

She was brought to the hospital but she doesn't have any major injuries.

The Vilas County Sheriff's Office says the fire isn't suspicious.

It's still being investigated.

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RHINELANDER - Local businesses will do a lot do prepare for Saturday's Badger game.

That means buying extra supplies and getting ready to serve more customers.

Aaron Schultz owner of Big Daddy's Bar in Rhinelander says preparing for events like this is extremely important for local business owners.

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RHINELANDER - An ongoing drug investigation led to the arrest of five people in Rhinelander earlier this week.

Investigators believe 40-year-old Michael Steinmetz, Jr. and 38-year-old Jaime Rickert were making meth in their Rhinelander apartment.

According to the criminal complaint, Steinmetz admitted to investigators that he made meth and dumped the waste in the toilet in his apartment.

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IRON COUNTY - Gogebic Taconite made official its decision to stop pursuing a mine in northern Wisconsin.

This week, the company withdrew its pre-application for an iron mine east of Mellen.

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