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we'll I've gone and finally bought a trout
stamp, now I'm looking for alittle helpful information, I was thinking of giving the pit lakes a try, wondering do I need a canoe?
I would perfer if I could just walk back to a couple of them, but I do acess to a canoe if it's needed, I thought I'd focus on some of the smaller pits that have carry in acess, such as Snowshoe, Mallen, & Yawkey,
also would like to travel lite, a few spoons, some Mepps, & maybe some worms
anybody willing to suggest any ideas, don't
have to give up to much, I'm just looking
to give it a try mostly,
appreciate it,
Hulk

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You can get around most of them from shore, and it is probably worth trying from shore at a couple different places before lugging the boat out. They are all doing good now, and should be good for a coupe more weeks. Power bait on jigs is good too. Good luck.

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thanks for the reply, been holding off, hoping to hear something first as to whether I needed to haul a canoe or not, thanks again

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