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Fire works display?

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My family and I will be staying at Hoodoo Pt C.G.from the 4th to the 8th. Where will the fire works display be? Also any fishing reports? interested in walleyes and smallies and even pannies for the kids. any info would be great.

Bruce

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Fireworks are shot off the hill in tower now. Fishing is still slow for me...

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The walleye bite has been pretty good on the East end out on the reefs in Big Bay.

Leeches or crawlers on lindy rigs have been working well for me.

Watch the fire works from Main Street in Tower! laugh.gif

Cliff

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Don't look for fireworks the night of the 4th in Tower. They are shooting tonight ( 3rd ). Unless rained out

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How about any other areas the night of the fourth?

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