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rlhs76

Faribault

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Just wondering if anyone knows of any shore fishing that can be done on any of the Faribault lakes.

Thanks,

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cannon lake, both dams in town, warsaw , shagers park /county 12 bridge, the river above warsaw -it goes on and on and on.....and dont' forget about the two rivers intersection!!!

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Where would your first stop be?

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PROBALLY THE TWO RIVERS FOR WALLEYE

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luckycrank

How to do go about fishing that area. The water is moving pretty fast and there are a lot of snags. I have tried casting cranks, slip bobbers and lindy's with little success. Down closer to the Woolen Mills a small twister tail is the ticket.

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which side of the river are you fishing? i usally fish the side behind the canning company rather than the woolen mill

and just a 1/4 jig head and a fat head

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I am fishing the same area. Might just have to work my way down the river a little.

Thanks

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Not real familiar with the area. Is the 2 rivers near Warsaw or in Faribault.

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where the straight and cannon meet

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