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Re: Steelhead and Loopers
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Can you still access the upstream side of the scenic highway?

Posted on: Yesterday 9:50:20
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Re: Steelhead and Loopers
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Posted on: 10/15 16:43:35
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Re: Best streams
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Posted on: 10/13 16:57:20
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Re: Walleye and Smallmouth, inland lakes in Grand Marais area?
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Beaver house and ugly baby will most likely be closed for the season. I gave a bunch of info in my previous post, but it apparently didn’t go through.

Posted on: 9/17 18:00:59
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Re: Walleye and Smallmouth, inland lakes in Grand Marais area?
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Posted on: 9/15 11:38:20
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Re: Crappie fishing??
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Knife or Ann lakes will be closer to where your staying.

Posted on: 9/1 9:47:11
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Re: Gopher Football
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If “this is totally the year” means they’ll play in the music city bowl, or the cactus bowl, then yes, I agree. Otherwise, next year will more than likely be “the year”. And by that, I mean a chance to play on New Year’s Day.

Posted on: 9/1 9:43:19
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Re: Best streams
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Most people use bait for loopers, whether it be nightcrawlers, salmon eggs, or mealworms. Mouth of the French River is the most popular spot, followed by the Lester River. This was the first year the DNR discontinued looper stocking, so as time passes, they will become more and more rare, until they are completely gone in 4 or 5 years.

Posted on: 7/7 16:16:47
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Re: Steelhead and Loopers
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I’ll be giving it a try on Saturday, we’ll see what happens.

Posted on: 5/3 11:58:06
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Re: Forest Lake walleye
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Acces #2, between lakes 2 and 3 is the popular spot. That’s where the structure is. The lake gets absolutely pounded with pressure. Personally, I think the lake is way overrated. I only live a block away, and don’t bother to waste my time.

Posted on: 2/12 9:50:59
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