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Me, my wife and a few fishing friends are looking at a possible Mid Sept. or early October trip to Devil's Lake. I realize that Waterfowl opens in Late Sept. and I'm guessing it gets a little crowded over there (i'm in Minn-ee-soa-ta). How's the fishing in mid. Sept.? When's the hot time for fall White Bass? Any help will be greatly appreciated, Thanks in advance and Best of Luck!!

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Most places will be 100% booked or getting close now to being filled for October. It is busier here in October than any other month. Once the liscense thing get straightned it will be full, especially in the better resorts. Most guides turn their activities to waterfowl. There are a few who do not hunt.

I think waterfowl opens the last weekend in Septmeber. There may be a residents only only opener the weekend before. Let's not forget the early Canada Goose season

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Phone: 701-473-5411 or 701-351-4989
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Thanks, Kevin. I had it figured that it was better to go in September before goose opener. I've hit the Iowa pheasant opener a few times so I know how it can be (everything booked, non-resident hunters everywhere). Looks like I'll wait until hard water season and go to Canada instead.
Thanks and have a great season, Best of Luck!

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