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River or Reservoir October 2nd?

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Just wondering what people think about where to take some business associates from out of town fishing in October. Those of us from here that are going to be "guiding" them usually hang up the poles and grabs the guns this time of year and as such I am wondering where would be good spot to take them for an evening of fishing. I fish Whiteface most of the time, but that is to far to take them for the amount of time we have available. Any tips would be much appreciated.

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Either Fish or Island Lake. Fish is just starting to put out a few Crappies and eyes again and Island is getting better and better for the eyes.

If you dont know the St. Louis River it will more than likely be tuff for you to find many fish and it doesnt sound like you have a whole lot of time.

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