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Best place on Pepin to cast for morning northerns tomorrow?

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I am heading down to Lake pepin. I will fish either side. Just want to get some action with the northerns. Any help would be appreciated. If you don't want to post on here, you can email me at tberrict@aol.com

Thanks!! If anyone else is going to be out, let me know any I can say hi in the morning.

Ryan

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This time of the year I've been told you want to fish where trout streams are flowing into the lake. The Northerns like to hang out there in the cooler water. The one stream I know of is just NW of Maiden Rock. Good luck!

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