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Shore fishing on Gull

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Will be at maddens for a business meeting this week and was wondering if its to early for a little night wade and cast action and if there are any general areas that would be good to try?

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never to early, try the channels(off the docks) by Zorbaz, or the community spot over by 371/Hole in the Day. If you stop by Sportland Bait in Nisswa, Jason can usually put on to a good spot.

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Underneath the bridge by Zorbaz is good in the spring, I haven't fished it in the fall but would expect it to be pretty decent.

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The docks are a good spot in the fall. The nastier it gets the better it is. Get big redtails or river shiners and dangle them below a good sized bobber. Dont know if the water temp has gome much. Park in the public access area.

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