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September 29-30

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My father-in-law is coming up the weekend of September 29th and I am thinking of heading up to Mille Lacs to look for some walleyes or smallmouths. Will the marker bouys still be in the water then? The last time I fished Mille Lacs in fall (I think it was October), they had already pulled the bouys out and I was driving pretty blind. I am planning on launching from Cove Bay and working some of the rock pile between there and Spirit Island. Anybody have any specific suggestions that will make the outing more successful? I am planning on fishing during the day, even though all the posts say the night bite is better. Thanks in advance.


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