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bucks-n-ducks

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Hey guys, I've never fish Lake Bemidji, and plan on going there this weekend with my 11 and 8 year old cousins. From what I have heard the walleyes are biting and there is plenty of them. Could someone please give me a few tips on starting out? Like I've said I've never been there before so I could use all the help, even from launching the boat, since I will have two younger people with it will be almost like lauching by myself. I'm not looking for anyones secret spots as I hopefully plan to catch a few to get my cousins sprits up (so they can take a whole day) and then maybe go exploring.

Thanks

Bucks-n-ducks

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Bucks,

Shoot me an e-mail, mjbreuer at charter point net. We need to chit chat, and I can help you out a bit.

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Matt~

Email me at Pjzimpel(AT)hotmail((Contact Us Please))com. I get a delivery failure when I try to email you.

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