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crappieflop30

shore fishing

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hey guys, i go to school in st. peter and i am wondering if there are any good shore spots for walleyes near by

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I always see alot of people fishing near the Hwy 99 bridge on the river in town there.

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Welcome to FM my man! As PDOGG said, the Hwy. 99 bridge is good and will only get better. That area, in November, is tough to beat. A couple other nice MN River options would be the Land of Memories Park down towards Mankato as well as 7 Mile Creek. For lake fishing you'd have to drive a bit but Madison Lake has some shore fishing opportunities as does Elysian, Tetonka, Sakatah and a host of others.

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Hey welcome to the board! I go to school at MSU just down the road from you. I head over to Madison Lake a few days a week (went last night) and shore fish. I am thinking about heading out later tonight, leaving Kato around 5-515. Company is always welcome, my name is Mike and you can reach me at (480) 824-8960. Hope to see you out there!

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Hey team otter, i might be heading down to Sakatah state park this weekend for a camping trip and i was wondering how you would recommend fishing for the walleyes this time of year? I would think we would be fishing from shore on Sakatah unless we rent a conoe. I dont do much walleye fishing and i have never fished this lake. I dont plan on keeping anything. Anybody feel free to chime in if you have any reports!

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thanks a lot guys, mike i will give you a call maybe on a weekend, i really appreciate the offer

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Beetle spins and minnows, slip bobber and minnow, shallow Shad Raps, Husky Jerks or Rat-L-Traps.

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Thanks TO that gives me a good basis to go off of. I'll give all those lures a fair shot and let you all know how i do.

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