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I know the weather has been typical North Dakota, wind, wind, wind.

But, has anyone been out lately?

How is fishing from shore? Like at channel A, and where is the area called the Storm Sewer Located.

Any chance I can find a place where my wife can fish, and catch something.

Or else she will want to go to the casino, and I would rather fish.

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Fishing from shore actually has been really good. Last night (and most nights) the place to be was north of Minnewaukan on Hwys. 281 & 19. The area around the Brinsmade bridge is another good area. These areas might be a little inconvenient for the people from the east now, as Hwy. 19 was closed around Mauvis Coulee a couple of days ago.

Channel A has slowing down lately as the spawning is done there and the fish have headed back out. If you like White Bass though, Channel A is still a good place to go.

Storm Sewer is located in East Bay. I don't know how the fishing is there right now.

I think that you should bring your wife over here to the west side of the lake and check out the shore fishing from Hwy.281 north of Minnewaukan. It's been good, and since Hwy. 19 is closed you have to go almost all the way around the lake to get to the casino!!

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Hey Steve,
it's about time we heard from you and how the fishing is going out there.

You can check out his place at http://thespiritwaterinn.com/

Send me an e-mail Steve..please. I believe we need to offer a Devils Lake trip to The Spirit Water Inn. What do you think Steve?

A lot of folks are asking about your area...keep us posted...please.

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