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fishing report north shore steelhead

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out on the north shore last weekend steelheading....

talked to one other person who caught a fish....

sucker-- low, clear, and crowded....

stewart-- good flow, clear but stained.... guy caught one here in the morning on sat.

temperance-- muddier, decent flow but still a lil low, i pulled one by the mouth.....

poplar-- low and stained, crowded all weekend (we stayed at the resort)..... no fish reported or caught.....

baptism-- clear, decent flow, but lower than normal.... no fish sighted, one reportedly caught on sat......

run should be in full swing by the weekend.....

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Things have changed GREATLY since last weekend. Before you head up, make sure to check out the North Shore Forum in the MN Regional section first. Water is still cold, muddy with some ice. The fishing is getting better, but that forum will give you a better picture. Good luck!

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we need a nice warm rain to get the fish to come in.

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