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looking to fish & tell some fishing stories in or around kansas city mo

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I'm in kansas city mo looks like I'll be here 2 or 3 weeks helping my dad get out of icu. I would like to go out fishing one day this coming week to relax. I would like to go out with one of you guys & we can split your expenses. I can't leave the hospital till 10 am & need to be back by 9 pm. If anyone has an extra sport on there boat I'm an experienced fisherman & fish once 2 twice a well back home in Florida.

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That's allot of views but no responses no ones fishing this week? Well I guess I'm going to have to by a rod is there any access along the river? What about pay lakes? If no ones going I'd love some ideas.

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Wish I could help you but boat is in the shop and grandchild is feeling ill so I am helping babysit. crazy

Should be lots of good fishing behind wing/trail dikes. A little search should turn up some bait/fishing shops in town to give you better details as I don't fish down there.

Hope dad gets well soon.

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Thank you Finns hope your grandchild feels Better

I went to Minnesota bait & tackle yesterday I got some guide info but it was to expensive decided to by a cheap but decent rod that I can leave here & a good reel I'll take back home with me. They gave me directions to Lewis & Clark park on the river. I managed to get an hour in fished for carp no bites but I had a great time & relaxed a little.

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