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R. Miller

Hayward area advice

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I'm thinking about taking the wife to the Hayward area for a three day trip the last weekend in June. I'll have the dog with as well.

I'd love to try fishing the Chip. I've got a 16 lund with a 25 tiller. Thought about bringing the musky gear, but really would just like to catch some fish, so might leave it at home.

Can anyone point me in the direction of a sweet campground on a area lake? I'd like to do some walleye fishing but if they're not biting wouldn't mind going for pike, bass and pannies.

Also, any musts for places to eat, etc?

Any help would be appreciated! Haven't been up that way in years.

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Hey man. If you want numbers of muskies and don't really care about size, I got a couple lakes for you. Send me an e-mail (at bottom).

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Check here for camping on the flowage.

The bluegills should still be on their beds, bass are always biting, you shouldn't have much trouble locating some northerns, and hard to say what the walleyes might be doing but an orange jig is always a good choice. Hope that helps.

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