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O.K by the last post people think i should go somewhere.
Took a trip to Bull Shoals in March a few years ago,pretty slow fishin'. Any idea's,
Montana sounded good........ nope NORTH of central Minn. won't work. Need warm weather.
FLorida won't work either i need a quick trip.

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well since you said quick trip i cant help i was actually gonna recommend south padre island in south texas

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