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Froggy4371

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Heading up on the 1st. Was wondering what the bite was doing? Have never really fished up there this early in the summer so I am not sure what to expect. I am guessing to hit the bays and shorelines? Also brining along a newbe who wants to chuck some baits for northern, any recomendations?

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Froggy

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The walleye bite thus far has been nothing short of amazing. Big fish, small fish, many fish, it's all happening there smile.gif Expect some good fishing! For northerns, toss into any of their standard haunts and you should do fine. Good luck!

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