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Fishing the Anoka stretch

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We will be fishing the anoka area a couple times in the next month, and was curious to how the fishing is around there. I am unfamiliar to that stretch of waters and was wondering if anyone wanted to lend me some pointers. #1 Target is bass, but wouldnt mind fishing for some pike, walleye, cats or whatever else is worth going for on this stretch. dreaj04@aol.com if you want to contact me there. Thanks a bunch.

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I've been finding cat's everywhere there's a break or depresion of any kind. They've taken over the river!! Lately most have been small, a pound to two. Found a few walleye's last night among them but the walleye's were in the rocks. Northerns, near rocks and deeper water. smallies, every where there's rocks. Good luck.

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The Metro LETS had a tourney on this stretch today, with some crappy weather some nice fish were still brought in. This was my first time out on this stretch, and between my brother and I we caught around 15-20 smallies ranging from 8-17". Most were small though, and we just managed to get our six fish limit at around 9 pounds. Caught our fish in the a.m. off docks with senkos, and p.m. up the rum with rebel craw cranks. Also caught one itty pike on the craw. Some nice fish weighed in by other teams, couple eyes, pike, and cats, but mostly smallies.

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So who won the LETS event? Wasn't that the last one of the year... I guess I should just check on that forum/thread.

Bummer about the weather, but smallies sure do make for a great day!

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