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fishgutz

Does anyone fish under the dam in the winter time? I tried it once a couple of years ago with no luck. If anyone has heard anything let me know???

good luck and good fishin'
fishgutz

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CrappieJohn

On warmer days and in the open water a guy should be able to throw a spinner or soak a sucker minnow under a bobber and try for the northerns or the muskie. Catfish could still be caught if cut bait or a squashed minnow were dunked out there. No one to my knowledge really targets that area for fish during the winter...give it a whirl and you may find your own little piece of heaven!

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MURPHFISHER

I had some luck with the muskies as recently as 12/17/03 below the dam. My partner and I have been fishing down there for ski'es all fall/winter with great success. A little to cold for me now. I would be interested in a follow-up on how you did. Good luck!

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fishgutz

Sounds good Murph!!! I figured that they'ld have to be in there in the winter too. I'm gonna give it a try on of these weekends when it warms up a bit. I'll post the results.....

good luck and good fishin'
fishgutz

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