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Christopher Quast

Good lure choices for Gunflint?????????????

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Just wondering what might be some good lures to try this weekend and how big of a presentation do they like this time of year and what depths to target out there. thanks

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Take a look at the 5 Top Lake Trout Lure thread.

I've fished anywhere from 14-70' on Gunflint for Lake Trout.

The guys at Gunflint Lodge will put you on fish.

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Hey surface tension thanks for the info are you going to be there for the contest or at all this weekend would be kinda cool to get do some fishin together or just [PoorWordUsage] what depth have they been biting in lately

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Goldtip, I won't be up there this weekend. I might start out in 45' and move around to different depths on the same structure.

The guys at Gunflint Lodge should have some pointers for you.

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