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Irish58

Been seeing a lot of boat activity on the Two Harbors boat launch cam, just wondering if anyone is having any luck? 

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AlwaysFishing23

Heard the Cohos are still hitting decent off the breakwall or out of the boat. Heard this from multiple individuals 

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dillon

We walked out to the end of the breakwall Sunday morning. Didn’t see any action. 
I heard that one guy did catch 3 coho that morning but he was gone when we got there. 

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AlwaysFishing23

Been quite a few boats and anglers off the breakwall last few days but with last nights low of around 0 looks like a lot of the harbor skimmed over. 

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Irish58

Thanks for the info guys, the boat is put away and it's a little too chilly for me. Nice to see some hard cores getting out!

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tacklejunkie

What kind of baits do people use fishing off the break wall?

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AlwaysFishing23

Casting type spoons like krocodiles, little cleos and pixie spoons are best. Color wise orange/ hammered is by far best but blue can sometimes be decent. 

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Bucketcastle

Is the ice off the harbor yet?  Im itching to try my first time off the breakwall early spring.

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