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If I was from North Dakota, you think I'd admit it? :-\

North Dakota fishing is not that much different from Minnesota fishing. Better in the north, poorer in the south. You will be in the south. Need I say more?

I take it you won't be able to leave the baseball team and take off and drive a long ways, so you might want to consider Lake Tewaukon which is at least in the same county, and has pike, walleye, and musky in it.

Regards, W. E.
 

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Sometimes local information is the best. Drop by one of the local bars and find a couple of fishermen and buy them a beer and they will soon be telling you some good spots to throw a line in. Works for me every time. ;)
 
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