Probably a stupid question

  • Avatar of tbrooks11 tbrooks11 
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    Hello, Im looking to hit up red wing tomorrow, but i have a bit of a problem. I dont have a boat. So are there any accessible shore fishing opportunities around the red wing dam area? Thank you

    avatar STEVES 
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    #1152472

    You could check the trip swap forums. There was an open seat or two. They may be filled. Worth a shot.

    avatar trumar 
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    #1152478

    You could also just show up at Everts with your gear in tow and see if you good catch a ride with someone going out.

    As said ,you also post in the trip swap forum.

    avatar Tom P. 
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    #1152500

    Everett’s big dock has fish all year long around it.

    Avatar of dog2th dog2th 
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    You know….

    I don’t live anywhere near Mpls. But when I read these types of postings, I wish I did. Trip swaps, open seats, catching a ride. All through the IDO brotherhood. Very impressive. That kinda thing doesn’t happen every day.

    Thanks IDO!

    Avatar of Randy Wieland Randy Wieland 
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    Quote:


    You know….
    I don’t live anywhere near Mpls. But when I read these types of postings, I wish I did. Trip swaps, open seats, catching a ride. All through the. IDO brotherhood. Very impressive. That kinda thing doesn’t happen every day.

    Thanks IDO!


    As mentioned, drop a post in the trip swap and maybe kick in a little gas money and I’m sure someone will come through.

    Dog – Of all the forums I frequent, I don’t think there is a better accumulation of good hearted sportsmen as there is here on IDO. I’m a firm believer in giving back to the sports that have given me so much. Same is true for many more on here.

    Next to giving a free trip out for a vet and teaching my daughters, my most rewarding outings have been spur of the moment offerings to a parent/child at a camp ground. We always camp at lakes where I fish. I can’t tell you how many times I have gotten up at 5, went to the launch by myself, and there is a mother or father with their child fishing from the dock. A quick conversation and invite to have them out with me for a couple hours of “fun fishing” has lead to some very fond moments. My absolute favorite was a girl I had out in Door County fishing spring smallies. She was about 9 years old and I had her sight fishing bass in about 6 fow. In 2 hours she had easily a dozen nice fish with two over 5. For a girl that never stepped into a boat before, she had her best fishing experience ever. Didn’t cost me a thing and I got to see a smile that looked like it stretched from Washington island to Green Bay.
    I know I’m not the only one around here that finds a high level of satisfaction in seeing kids succeed!

    Avatar of wade_kuehl wade_kuehl 
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    Quote:


    Quote:

    You know….
    I don’t live anywhere near Mpls. But when I read these types of postings, I wish I did. Trip swaps, open seats, catching a ride. All through the. IDO brotherhood. Very impressive. That kinda thing doesn’t happen every day.

    Thanks IDO!


    As mentioned, drop a post in the trip swap and maybe kick in a little gas money and I’m sure someone will come through.

    Dog – Of all the forums I frequent, I don’t think there is a better accumulation of good hearted sportsmen as there is here on IDO. I’m a firm believer in giving back to the sports that have given me so much. Same is true for many more on here.

    Next to giving a free trip out for a vet and teaching my daughters, my most rewarding outings have been spur of the moment offerings to a parent/child at a camp ground. We always camp at lakes where I fish. I can’t tell you how many times I have gotten up at 5, went to the launch by myself, and there is a mother or father with their child fishing from the dock. A quick conversation and invite to have them out with me for a couple hours of “fun fishing” has lead to some very fond moments. My absolute favorite was a girl I had out in Door County fishing spring smallies. She was about 9 years old and I had her sight fishing bass in about 6 fow. In 2 hours she had easily a dozen nice fish with two over 5. For a girl that never stepped into a boat before, she had her best fishing experience ever. Didn’t cost me a thing and I got to see a smile that looked like it stretched from Washington island to Green Bay.
    I know I’m not the only one around here that finds a high level of satisfaction in seeing kids succeed!


    Great story Randy!

    Avatar of mplspug mplspug 
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    I should troll that trip swap thingy for takers sometime.

    Of course, if I go out with anyone else, BK will pout.

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