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Dragon Fish ll

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I'm assuming you imply waters that are legal to fish for them? Might want to pose your question on the B-dub forum.
All inland is closed.

Jim W

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DragonfishII, I am rather certain you are talking abouit the courthouse pond. I think it was a posting that you put up last year that gave me the idea to give it a try. I was down there about 2 weeks ago and was pitched a shutout. But that was two weeks ago.

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Fished Courthouse Lake and Cenaiko Lake last week. Shutout like the Twins.
Too warm?
I'm a little bummed Cenaiko prohibits floatation devices of any kind. My canoe would get me right on top of some healthy 'bows. I've seen them cruising the shallows but I'm pretty sure they spend almost all their time in the middle deep. The edges are too weedy, even with waders on.

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J.W. Good news,I talked to the head honcho down at the dnr and was able to talk him into letting us fish for trout another 31 days. providing we had a trout stamp to go with our regular MN fishing lisence. BUT HE WOULDNT bend on those southern streams, so were just stuck fishing trout in those little ponds and lakes. And what does the B dumb forum stand 4

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Wade I know how you feel. the first time I went to CENAIKO I brought canoe,fish finder and minnows ,only to find out what you already noted. If you fish from the wooden dock you can get into some deep water for that lake.

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