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Hi Everyone, Long time lurker-first time poster here. A friend of mine invited me for a night at Camp Lacupolis for a weekend of fishing! Am new to this area of the river, any ideas(locations,presentations)? At least if I don't find the fish, Slipperys is nearby!! lol

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Straight out from Lacupolis you will see a red bouy. On the up river side of the bouy, start a drift from there down to the end of the sandbar on the right. Try it just off the side of the channel. Also go closer to the sandbar in a little shallower and try a drift there. Usually a 1/4 oz jig and a crawler works. Although you'll end up with the rough fish too.

Then troll back up the river with some shad raps. That spot has been good for me before.

The train that buzzes by the cabins can be very loud! They blow the whistle every time they go by, and they go by a lot. But you shouldn't have any trouble sleeping if you get back late from Slipperys. Also the bowling alley is a fun time too.

Good Luck and be sure to let us know how you did.

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Just a little upstream and straight over to the Ws shoreline and then up river from there is always good at this time of year. Jig/ringworm , trolled cranks, maybe trolled bait on a three-way. Look for the break from 6-7 feet of water to 12-15 feet. Work both high and low.

Straight up rivere along the Mn shoreline could be good too using similar techniques. The water is deeper right off the shore on the Mn side and more current.

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I made it to Camp Lacupolis last weekend and ened up with one sheephead mad.gif. if I were you Id go up to bass camp and try the dam. I think its alittle early for lacupolis from past experiences. And does anybody know what the water temp is on the miss. Crawlers should be the ticket fairly soon now that its warming up

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      Water temp creeped into the 50s finally. 2 man limit
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