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Jake Van Camp column: Pair of anglers discover lure of the Wolf's white bass

8:26 PM, May 18, 2013
Jake Van Camp holds up a white bass taken on a cold morning last weekend on the Wolf River. It's possible to catch these fish by the hundreds during the spring run.
Jake Van Camp holds up a white bass taken on a cold morning last weekend on the Wolf River. It's possible to catch these fish by the hundreds during the spring run.
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Every outdoorsman in Wisconsin knows that when the early months of spring roll around, walleyes are the premier fish fishermen target.

Another spring spawning fish that can get overlooked, and most certainly should not, is the white bass and the run that occurs in the Wolf River in May.

When the spawning period begins for white bass, these fish swim up the Wolf River by the thousands, and often times stay in large schools all the way up the river and as they make their way back out of the river system. White bass are aggressive fish, and though typically smaller than largemouth or smallmouth bass, ...

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