Posted by admin | Uncategorized | Posted on January 17th, 2012
Wisconsin is located in the northern part of the United States and is considered to be part of the Midwest. It is the 23rd largest state, with 65,497.82 square miles of land covering five geographic regions. The northern region is called Lake Superior Lowlands and is a parcel of land along Lake Superior. The region directly south is named the Northern High and has hardwood and coniferous woodland, along with 1,500,000 acres of national state forest. Located in the center of the state is the Read full post
Posted by www.wbay.org | Uncategorized | Posted on January 13th, 2012
Any fisherman worth their salt knows that some of the best fishing to be had is in any one of the incredible bays of Wisconsin. However, if you’re looking for the smallmouth bass then you won’t find a better place to look for this elusive fish than Chequamegon Bay. So if it’s a fantastic fishing experience you’re seeking than get some directions to Chequamegon Bay, get your gear, activate your ADT home security system, notify the neighbors and hit the road.
Chequamegon Bay is a large, shallow bay with a mix of sand and rock. Several streams and rivers empty out into the Chequamegon lending the bay to a rich diversity of both fish and other forms of wildlife. However, if you’re looking for something a little more substantial than catch-and-release then you may need to wait until later in the season. The Wisconsin DNR has created an aggressive protection program around the smallmouth bass in order to protect their spawning.
The bay is a prime location for fly fishing from May to June with mostly agreeable weather allowing for ideal fishing conditions. However, you should be prepared because the weather over these bodies of water has been known to change at the drop of a hat.
Posted by admin | Uncategorized | Posted on September 18th, 2011
The geological sites and the outdoor and wildlife of Wisconsin, and the bay areas the state has to offer are very diversified, depending on the region of the state you are visiting, and which bay areas you are going to be making a trip to. There are different forms of wildlife, depending on the region, due to the varying weather conditions in the state, and the climate changes during the time of year. So, depending on when you take a trip to Wisconsin, or if Read full post
Posted by admin | Uncategorized | Posted on September 14th, 2011
Wisconsin is famous for fabulous cheese, but there is much more to this magnificent state than cheese. Wisconsin has 6 bays throughout the state. They each have unique characteristics and wildlife.
Chequamegon Bay is an inlet of Lake Superior. This bay is well known for small mouth bass fishing. One can find waterfowl, shorebirds and an occasional songbird here. The famous Green Bay is located at the sub basin of Lake Michigan. An area that is a must for bird Read full post
Posted by admin | Uncategorized | Posted on September 10th, 2011
Wisconsin is such a lovely state nestled alongside the magnificent Lake Michigan, and pleasantly located in the heartland. Wisconsin is covered in green pastures and farmland, yet speckled and bordered by the blue waters of lakes and rivers. When the glaciers carved their way down through the midwest they left deposits of rich soil that both creates the perfect conditions for rich fields, but also heavy woodlands.
These woodlands have been home to thousands of different kinds of wildlife that run, romp and crawl Read full post
Posted by admin | Uncategorized | Posted on September 7th, 2011
If the economy is weak, you are going to be guaranteed that the environment, and the surroundings in the state of Wisconsin are also going to suffer. In Wisconsin, as in any other US state (or even any country around the world), if things are not going well, that state is not going to have the funds to utilize, in order to beautify the cities, and to really make up the state in the places it needs work. From construction work, to schools, to jobs, to anything that requires money Read full post