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Moving the start of the early trout season to January 1 and expanding the early season to all inland waters to provide more fishing opportunities are among the options residents can weigh-in on during the 2014 Spring Fish and Wildlife Hearings held April 14 at sites in all Wisconsin counties.

The six advisory questions on trout topics, Spring hearings questionnaire questions 22-27, are the latest step in a comprehensive review of trout fishing in Wisconsin launched in 2011. The questions are designed to help gauge support for possible season changes, one of many components under consideration as the Department of Natural Resources develops a rule package aimed at improving anglers' trout fishing experiences without jeopardizing the quality of the fishery.

Anglers and others with question about the trout advisory questions or the surveys are invited to join DNR for an online chat at noon on Thursday. People who can't join at that time can read the transcript later at their convenience.

You can sign up for a reminder for the chat in the box below.

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