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ST. LOUIS RIVER ESTUARY

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Time for some deer hunting and the ice fishing shows before ice fishing starts for real.
Ice fishing tactics and hotspots are paying off during the last open-water days of fishing.
The last glorious days of fall weather brought good fishing.
Crappies are going good on inland lakes with bobbers above deeper holes.
Finally, a crappie pattern emerges on the St. Louis River Estuary.
As open-water fishing winds down, get out and enjoy last nice days as fish feed to fatten up for winter.

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All fish will feed actively now until freeze-up, and muskies will be on a tear.
On the St. Louis River Estuary, diehard angler Pam Zylka catches everything from sturgeon and walleye to drum and bass.
Lake trout are off-limits in October, but the Gitch still offers browns, splake and more in Chequameogn Bay.

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