What’s your favorite water activity — fishing, boating, skiing or something else?
Clay Matthews: I think my favorite would be boating. I just bought myself a boat and I take it out on the bay whenever I get the chance. It’s nice because I can use it for fishing, tubing and just to relax for a while.
James Jones: I prefer fishing, there is nothing like it. Of course, I don’t have a boat, so I have to find somebody willing to take me out with them.
Josh Sitton: I like to go fishing. But whenever I can I like going tubing. The boat has to have a strong motor, though.
Ryan Pickett: I like to go fishing out on the bay. There are a lot of great spots up by Sturgeon Bay.
Bryan Bulaga: I love to get my hands on a jet ski.
Tim Masthay: I like to cruise around on a boat; it’s relaxing and gives me a little time to unwind.
Here is more on fishing in Wisconsin, provided by Travel Wisconsin:
With over 15,000 inland lakes and 42,000 miles of streams and rivers, plus the marine-esque experience of fishing the Great Lakes, Wisconsin is a premier fishing destination and offers more opportunities for reeling in more species of fish than anywhere else in the Midwest.
Fishing is a four-season sport in Wisconsin. Yes, you literally can fish 365 days of the year. Not only are the big ones biting year round, but the availability of comfy, warm ice shanties help make ice fishing in Wisconsin even more appealing. So, take the bait! Anglers of all ages and abilities are discovering that ice fishing is just one more way Wisconsin celebrates the wonderful season of winter.
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