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mojo06

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Hello, we are coming up to the river on the 24-25th, wondering if anyone can tell us what to expect. Are you fishing in a certain area, is Clementson the best area? What bait is used, and if you use dead minnows, how does that work? Where is the best place to launch and are there any resorts besides Clementson, who is booked? Thanks so much!! confused.gif

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Go back and read through the posts above and below. Tons of info there. As far as resorts go to the resort finder on the home paje and you will get some. Otherwise try the lakeofthewoodsmn website it has all ya need.

Did you try the Royal Dutchman? I highly recomend Doug and Marylin. Grade A eggs those two.

As far as places to launch you can do Vidas, Frontier, Birchdale, Franz Javes and Im sure there is 1 or 2 more Im missing.

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Dittos on the Dutchman!!! It doesnt get any better than Doug and Marilyn. Call em or email em....

FYI, I put 60.3 miles (gps) on the boat running around tween Wheelers, Birchdale and all points between..

Rod

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