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Fishdawg

South Pier ... Any Luck?

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Hey, could somebody post a note here when folks begin to have luck off the South Pier in Canal Park? I'd sure love to get my rod, my cooler and come on down and join you! I'm fairly new to Duluth, but saw the action last spring, and it looked like fun! Thanks!

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Guys have caught Coho and Lakers off there already.

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Great! I haven't seen much action down there yet, but I'll get down there in the next few days. Thanks for the info!

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Fishdawg, Welcome aboard there is more coho than laker action the water needs to be 42 + degrease before you see many lakers. But the coho are there just need the wind to Dye down to get out in a boat. But you can fish from the pear with looper bugs and waxes or worms and bobbers cool.gif.. But if you fish from the pear you will need a long handle net to get your fish good luck on your next outing smirk.gif.

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