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FisherDan

Baudette Fishing Pier/Dock Help

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The girlfriend and I were coming up this weekend with a buddy that had the boat. He had to back out. We are thinking about still going but would be limited to shore or public dock fishig.<P>Any one got any info on the Baudette Dock or good place to fish from shore? Never fished from shore on LOW always had a boat. Can you catch anything from the dock or shore this time of year? and with what for bait?<P>Thanks for any info. Dan fish-pullfish.gif <BR><p>[This message has been edited by FisherDan (edited 09-20-2004).]

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Dan,<BR>The 'eyes are beginning to head toward and into the river, so fishing from a pier or dock should produce some fish. Casting a jig with a slow retrieve, or a slip sinker with live bait rig would be what I would try. I'll be up there Saturday with my girfriend too, and I can take you guys out in my boat. Shoot me an email jpb4u_2000 at yahoo.com<P>------------------<BR>Fish on gotta go--JON

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FisherDan

THANKS Jon you got mail.<P>Anyone else got any info?<P>Dan fish-pullfish.gif <BR>

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