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Continued: Anderson: Casting for smallmouth bass in downtown Minneapolis

  • Article by: DENNIS ANDERSON , Star Tribune
  • Last update: August 12, 2013 - 12:35 AM

By day’s end we had put a dozen or more bass in the boat fishing waters few do or ever will. Each was released to swim again. Most weighed perhaps a 1.5 pounds, a few somewhat larger.

“With the cooler weather, and the cooler water, we’ve had, the bass haven’t been quite as active as they were when it was warmer,” Kip said. “But in Minnesota’s rivers, there’s always pretty good fishing.”

 

Dennis Anderson • danderson@startribune.com

 

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