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mid may on the lake

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Mid may on superior whats going to be biting and rougly where? deep water, next to shore, river mouths? Going to be up in Duluth and thinking about a little fishing maybe a charter.

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if you get a charter you shouldnt have to worry where the fish are, thier job is to put you on them.

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May is a good month for a chance at a mixed bag. Lake Trout and Salmon. A lot depends on weather and things can change day to day but chances are you'll be fishing the surface with boards. The charters will take care of you.

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