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      Members Only Fluid Forum View   08/08/2017

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I will be spending a weekend in Algoma on Sept 12-13. Is the shore fishing any good this time of the year? I will not be able to head out on a charter but would like to try for some fish. Do people fish from the breakwall in Algoma? What would you use for cranks? Or would it be a waste of my time? Thanks for the help.

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The breakwall area heats up in September and fish are within casting distance but it depends on water temps and rainfall can affect it as well. People like to use cleos, crocs, thunderstick jrs green glow, purple glow, rattle raps of various colors are good in the 1/2 oz versions. If you poke around on some of the great lakes fishing boards and post your date to be out and interest in a ride often someone from the area will gladly take you out for a morning of fishing. That may be another option for you if you are out there. It wouldn't cost as much as a charter but a few bucks towards gas or a case of the capts. favorite beverage can go a long ways. Just a thought.

Tunrevir~

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