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maddowg1192000

Superior Charters(sorry if done before)

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Me and a group of friends are looking for a charter in Aug. Does anyone know any good charters to check out in either the Duluth or Two Harbors area?

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Hooker 11, Hard Times, Happy Hooker are a few. If you do a search for Duluth Charter Captains you'll get them all.

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I believe Surface Tension meant Hooker Too. I have to suggest Bill's Great Lakes Charters in addition to the lineup listed above. He's been running charters for close to 25 years and he doesn't do it to get a paycheck. He does it to catch fish. I've fished with him for 4 years and he's a great guy. Experienced Captains book fast for August as it's typically the best period for lake trout fishing. Good lcuk with whomever you decide to fish with and have fun!

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For sure the hookers. great guys to go out with. also must agree with capt bill.

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