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Old 04-25-2016, 09:21 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I am taking my son on a road trip this summer to Wisconsin. On the way back we have an open agenda. Anyone know any must stop spots through Iowa or eastern Nebraska? We are going to fish Valentine and Chamberlain on the way up, but not sure where to go on the way back. Thanks....
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I am taking my son on a road trip this summer to Wisconsin. On the way back we have an open agenda. Anyone know any must stop spots through Iowa or eastern Nebraska? We are going to fish Valentine and Chamberlain on the way up, but not sure where to go on the way back. Thanks....
You could do Gavins Point, Okoboji lakes, Lake Wanahoo outside of Lincoln is a fun one with lots of pike, bass and crappie.
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Thanks, I will check those out.
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Sutherland. Bring lots of weights, heavy line and a stout rod.
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Sutherland. Bring lots of weights, heavy line and a stout rod.
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I second sutherland. I would always make a stop there and it treated me well. The cats are huge and easily caught
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