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tednugefan

i need help finding a good lake close to vadnais heights to fish for bass and northern in the fall, any help is greatly appriciated

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SkunkedAgain

Great username.

I don't know your specific area, so my advice is:

1) search the metro forums

2) buy one of those $20 metro fishing books that you see at all of the fishing shops.

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HuskerBen

Also check out the DNR's lakefinder. Lots of info there.

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UncleKes

Try just below the Dam on Peltier in Centerville. Lots of big Northerns. Take 35 North to the Centerville Exit and take a right. Head through Centerville to Peltier. Go to the Peltier boat landing and park your car. You can shore fish the Creek that starts below the Dam. (I think this is Rice Creek). The Creek flows through several lakes and eventually runs into the Missisippi River at Fridley. Lots of crappies in the creek as well as bass, sunfish, and other species.

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friskylizard

As of Oct 1 peltier boat landing (and the road to it) are closed.

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UncleKes

You are right. The road is closed except for local traffic. You can still get into the boat landing though. I was out there last week and had no trouble getting in to the parking lot at the boat landing. True, there were a lot of construction vehicles and truks but the parking lot is big enough that I was still able to park my car and walk down to the creek to fish.

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Tom7227

Can you get their coming from Centerville or do you have to go all the way around through Lino?

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friskylizard

Did you launch a boat? or just fish from shore? Did you catch any thing??

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