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Heading up with some buddys in March, just wondering if we should plan on going the begining, middle, or end of the month for better fishing. We went up last year for the fist time around March 9th, the fishing was ok, but not the numbers that I have heard about for LOW. How far in adavance should i book the weekend? Thanks

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You should definitely try booking NOW. I began looking at places to book back in October/November and places were already filling up! Good Luck

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Flinny I'd have to say the fishing just gets better and better as March rolls on. Like Doop says get on the horn soon too!

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Sounds good thank you.

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