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Two Harbors or Duluth

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Hey looking on fishing the big lake this weekend, just wondering what would be better trying Two Harbors or Duluth?? Any thoughts??

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Myself,I would try 2 harbors and up the shore. I know there has been cohos caught there and kings pinks and trout. good luck.

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This is a hot topic? Where, when, How? Well you can catch fish just about any where just as long as you using what they are biting on you will have good luck? wink.gif. I can not assure what they are biting on up the shore but spoons should work just fine but on this end of the lake the wind has us on the dock so we will see when it dyes down. I hope you are where they are so the best of luck out there let us know how you do smile.gif.

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I just hope the weather isnt too bad this weekend!! Saying east winds on Saturday, and some chance of rain, but will let you know, thanks

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