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Whitefish Nets

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Anyone know where on the west end guys hang their whitefish nets?

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Season for Whitefish netting is open until Nov 5 so look for the white jugs. If they are all gone it probably means the run is over. I was up on that end last week and it seemed the nets were everywhere.

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I was talking to the owner of a baitshop in Cook who nets ciscoes, and he said the nets have to be off by Friday. He was a bit unhappy about that because he feels the spawn is just getting into full swing on the west end. He said the DNR makes them pull the nets.

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