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tido

fishing around new ulm

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does any one know of any good spots to go fish around the new ulm area

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b&L, lamplighter, trips, cool.gif

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b&L, lamplighter, trips,
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Oh yeah, don`t forget Rodneys tavern.grin.gif

All jokes aside, Clear Lake south of town, Sleepy Eye, Hanska

or the river are about there is for fishing here. Unless you

feel like driving farther, then lakes around Mankato. wink.gif

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It all depends on what you are fishing for! I would look at St. James lake too. It usually produces some good Bluegills this time of year! But it also has some crappie, perch, walleyes, and bass.

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tido, call you later, is D going ? you have that radar going?

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