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DuluthGuy

Hit the landing today. Boat was 8 for 9. Find the smelt pods and go!

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FishinFreak17

We launched out of Mcquad Tuesday and Wednesday morning.  Found the cohos down by the ice near the Duluth entrance to 21st.  Went 4/10 on Tuesday and 5/10 yesterday.  #7 shad raps, colors changed from pinks and chrome clown to orange (hothead) and hot steel.  Planer boards worked well Tuesday but dipseys dominated yesterday, 50’ back.  Great first two trips out this year.  Hope for better hookups and less shakers next time out.

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fins_n'_feathers

Launched out of mcquade and ran down to the entrance today. Played bumper boats and went 10/11 on coho. Beautiful day!!! 

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    • Matt Johnson
      Weekly Metro Area, MN fishing report and tips for June 16. Happy Father's Day to all of the Dad's out there! A fun week, but as always, we had to deal with some aspects of weather! Hopefully everyone caught a few fish and it's nice to stumble across some fun patterns...   Metro Area MN Fishing Reports for June 16 - VIDEO - CLICK HERE   Enjoy!
    • Squirrelhawke
      Growing up in South Dakota I learned to enjoy the fishing I got to do in the Watertown area with great grandpa and the Missouri River and Black Hills fishing with Grandpa. It's a little different than what I see here in Minnesota but the basics are the same. Seems to be more emphasis on fish size than fishery quality or maybe I was just raised different.  Either way it was always about the beauty of nature and learning a valuable skill from 2 knowledgeable individuals. Now I just try to pass those skills on to the next generation and hope they learn how to protect our resources as well as I was taught.
    • smurfy
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    • Kettle
      Similar to eyeguy, I fished when I was young with my parents. At some points it was about trying to catch big fish for me, now days it's for relaxing and teaching kids to fish. 
    • Raven77
      Nice fish Bill!  I'm going to start following you around 😀
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    • eyeguy 54
      Parents fished and I started very early in life. I fish because it's fun.  
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      Why do you fish? We all have different goals when we go fishing. Some of us want a meal of fish to eat. Some of us just want to relax. Most of all, we want that "TROPHY" catch. We want something to brag to our friends about, the "Master Angler".