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It's nice to be back in mankato doing some fishing. I am going to go up and try the rapa dam area for some walleyes and other fish. Is there any areas were anyone can suggest I go and try or techniques they know work around here. I don't have a boat so I need to be able to get there on shore. Thanks Guys

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You can probably walk the whole way from Rapidan to Mankato and not trespass. The water is pretty low. If you have the time, I would maybe rent a canoe and search for holes or take the day and do some walking looking for deeper water. Just a thought.

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