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Iceseeker    0
Iceseeker

I will be in Moose Lake for a seminar during Sept. Can someone give me an idea on some shore or pier fishing in the area. I am looking to go during the spare time for a couple of days. Thanks for the info.

Iceseeker

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picksbigwagon    12
picksbigwagon

depending on how much free time, there are a number of rivers up there that you can wade. If it is early enough in Sept. you can wet wade it

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Granny    0
Granny

I assume your talking about the town of Moose Lake. There is a fishing pier right in town. Its on Moose Head Lake right near where the Moose Horn river runs out. Moose Head is just a wide area of the river. Never fished off the pier but I see people there quite often. Just up the freeway is the town of Barnum. Bear Lake is right on the other side of the freeway and there is a deep shore line right next to the access. I see people fishing there also. Its a small lake but you may catch some crappies, bass, and pike from the shore.

Granny

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Iceseeker    0
Iceseeker

Thanks for the info. I also went onto the DNR web site to get some info on the state park. Should be able to get some fishing and relaxing in.

Iceseeker

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Granny    0
Granny

Yea, I forgot about the fishing pier on Echo. That one will be much quieter. There are some decent crappies and bass in Echo.

Good luck.

Granny

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