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I am heading north east for the weekend up to mud bay just wondering how far I would have to travel to get into some good water I’ve never been up there and it looks like it’s shallow for a while.just wondering if I should bring the riggers,planer boards etc.Are salmon and trout out of reach from there?dont wannany advice is greatly appreciated as always.i leave tomorrow around 1pm thanks!

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My friends have fished out of Mud Bay for years.  Mostly for warmwater species.  I would think the trout/salmon would be a long run.  Chaumont Hardware should be a good source of up to date information.  You definitely should bring the planers if trolling for eyes.  Good luck.

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Mud Bay is a long boat ride from salmon territory.

I’ve caught lake trout near Charity shoal. There’s a big hole just south of the shoal. And walleyes up on the shoal. Careful of getting into Canadian waters. Gps almost a must


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