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Looking for August trip suggestions

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Our family plans to get together near Duluth/Superior for the 3rd week of August. I'm trying to identify where to rent a good cabin on a lake with good Northern, Walleye, and pan fish fishing in that order. We'd like to rent a (motor) boat on that lake, or drive to nearby lakes where we can rent a boat for 2-3 days of fishing. We should have a canoe or rowboat at the cabin. Any advice on good fishing lakes and tackle is welcome, as is advice on lakes to avoid. We are not familiar with the Duluth area. If there is a better place to post this, please advise me. Thanks. confused.gif

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