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Fishing in the Togo area??

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I am coming up to the cabin the first weeked in march and was wondering if anybody had any reports from the togo area. I come up frequently but haven't fished here yet. I have a few lakes in mind to try but I was wondering if someone could help to point me towards the right direction. I have talked with Greg C in the past about the area but I haven't seen him active in the forums lately. If someone could email I sure would appreciate it. Thanks.

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