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Small Rivers

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Is anyone aware of where I might find information on fishable areas of the small rivers around Cook, Tower, and Ely? I am not looking for spots, but I am wondering where i might find a list of the rivers around this area that are fishable (walleye and smallmouth). Thanks in advance for any help.

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Check the Minnesota DNR website or stop in at the Tower district DNR office and you can get a booklet that they print that has many of the fishable rivers in this area in it . It also lists what was planted in them and when they were planted! smile.gif

Cliff

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Cliff,

Are they open on Saturday. I sent an e-mail or left a message (first thing to go is the memory)on this very item and never got a response from them. I could swing in on Sat. if they are open. Can't make it on the weekdays not a resident in the area yet. Seven more years to go though and you can see my mug every day. It just about as bad as Wheler's. Sorry Tom, I had to through it in there.

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I do not think that they are open on the weekends.

Cliff

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