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rundrave

Shore fishing metro, need help with weeds, spots etc

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Well I am one of the unfortunate, No boat, so limited to shore fishing. Beginning to get frustrated. New to the metro, and was having no problems in earlier parts of the season, but now that alot of the weeds have grown out, I cant seem to fish anywhere without having to clean my line after every cast.
I tried fishing Lotus, Lake of the Isles and some others, and it almost seems impossible to catch fish from shore.
Does anyone have any tips for shore fishing?

Any tips for fishing milfoil?

Any recomendations for some spots on lakes/rivers that would provide some fish, and arent taken over by weeds etc.

I am up for anything just want to catch some decent sized fish. Thanx all

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Lake Johanna in Roseville is has decent shore fishing, there is a swim beach on the norht shore or the college campus on the south shore to go after. This is one of the few metro lakes i can think of that has stayed relatively clear of weed problems over the past 10 years.

Otherwise, how about tie a texas rigged worm on and just pitch to the pockets? get a lot of bass that way.

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