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Hardwaterjigin

Sturgeon

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I know that it is a touch early to start dreaming about this but...Is anyone from down here planning on going up to Baudette to sturgeon fish this spring? I talked to a buddy that has a cabin on the river and they are biting well right now. Makes me anxious for open water. Just curious.

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There are atlest two of that are for sure heading up there for the excursion on the weekend of the 19th of april. I am so juiced up for this trip! Last year I didn't get to go cause I didn't want to give up my turkey hunting, but I didn't get drawn for that season this year, so strugeon here I come!! I got a good taste of it last fall on the St. Croix, we had one day when three of us landed close to 70 of them.

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It's never to early to start dreaming about Sturgeon. Crazy and I will be up there April 17-20.

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