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Root River Report
The following information is the latest fishing
information for the Root River in Racine. We will post
new information to this site every TUESDAY or WEDNESDAY at 4:00
pm from September through December and from March through
May. We will also update the number of fish processed at
the Root River Steelhead Facility to give you the exact
number of fish passed upstream. Depending on water
conditions and number of fish in the weir, fish are
usually processed on Mondays and Thursdays.
In addition, you can check out our Lake Michigan Outdoor Report for the latest fishing information on Lake Michigan and Green Bay.
Root River Steelhead Facility
Lake Michigan trout and salmon don't successfully reproduce in Wisconsin streams, so DNR gives Mother Nature a hand. Watch fisheries crews collect eggs and milt from spawning fish to create the next generation of steelhead to challenge anglers on the big pond.
Root River Fishing Report for November 7, 2016
The Root River Steelhead Facility is closed as of November 7, 2016 and we no longer have a creel clerk working on suveying anglers on the river. Look for reports in the spring starting March 15th and starting of the facility to catch spawning steelhead.
For up to date river conditions, check out the USGS web site of stream flow conditions in Wisconsin.
Upstream of The Steelhead Facility
Downstream of The Steelhead Facility
Root River Steelhead Facility Report
|DATE: November 7, 2016||RIVER TEMP: 50|
|Rainbow Trout||Chinook Salmon||Coho Salmon||Brown Trout|
|Taken to Hatchery|
|Spawned at Facility||
|350,000 for Illinois||800,000|