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Bass_Master1

Pulaski

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Hey where is Pulaski about i live down in Southern MN. My pops might know where it is i might have 2 ask him what is there to fish and what kind of lures should i use?? confused.gifPLZ HELP

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Pulaski is located withing downtown Buffalo. Buffalo .

For general directions, from southern MN, take 35 north into the twin cities. Then take 694 west and north and 494. Follow 494 north until you get to MN 55. Take that west. Follow 55 for about 25 miles and you'll get to buffalo. Welcome to the city that was named after a fish. tongue.gif

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Bass master, The boat ramp is located at Griffin Park. Pulaski has Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike (Many are small), and also Walleyes. Which most often are caught after dark. You can also catch alot of rock bass in the shallows this time of year. Good luck on your fishing.

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Just a warning On nice days it turns into a recreation lake.

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