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JustinG

Well? One Last Weekend!

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Anybody heading out for one last weekend of Trout season? I am really going to give it everything this weekend...The buck stops here! Rainbows, Splake, and Lakers-the whole enchilada! Really excited for Saturday morning to get here!

Good Luck if you are heading out 3/10, 3/11!

Justin

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I may try to get out to Chequamegan bay this weekend.

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Heading to gunflint to get my limit of lakers, then stopping at the french and/or lester rivers on the way back to try for a looper or 2.

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