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Hey im new to this forum and im glad I found it due to the wealth of info. I'm trying to find a spot to shorefish with my girlfriend who I recently got hooked on fishing even though she wont touch the bait. lol Ive been taking her to the coon dam but its getting repetative catching carp and occassional northern so this sunday i was narrowing down some places like Tonka or minnehaha creek but im looking for some action and more of a quiet setting. Any advise? I perfer catching cats, notherns and bass.

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Go to CannonFalls fish the Cannon river Its nice scenic peaceful,cats, trout,nothern,most everything.

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there somewhat quiet places on tonka if you know where to go

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deftones725@yahoo.com

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