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Daily Subscription Msg 1 Posted: 09:50 PM 09/03/09 (CST)
Hey Ya'll! I'm going to be in the St. Paul area this weekend and would like to do some fishing while I'm there. I am staying I eagan and don't know where there is any fishing holes. Does anyone know of any spots where a guy could take a couple kids ages 10 and 2 to fish from shore or a pier/dock? Any help would be wonderful. ANYTHING that is biting is good (Crappie/Perch/Bullheads/Anything really). I perfer Bass/Walleye/Crappy/Cats.


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Daily Subscription Msg 2 Posted: 08:40 AM 09/04/09 (CST)
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Daily Subscription Msg 3 Posted: 08:42 AM 09/04/09 (CST)
Eagan has two dozen spots for kids to fish from and is pretty decent for adults too! I've caught several nice largemouth from the pier and bridge at Blackhawk Lake this year. However, like most of the Eagan ponds, the weeds can be thick. Fish Lake has a nice pier; as does Schwanz and Carlson. Sunnies can be caught with practically a bare hook. Small bass can be caught on just about anything too. Larger bass have started to hit a buzzbait, but a Texas rigged Senko has been my weapon of choice lately.

Blackhawk has the most room to move around and change spots. So I suggest that one. Here is the Eagan Lakes & Pond Guide. It's sort of tricky to get to, so map it before hand. Follow the path around the pavillion to the lake. If you pass by the pier, look to your left as you cross the bridge. Good luck, and welcome to Eagan!




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Daily Subscription Msg 4 Posted: 02:15 PM 09/04/09 (CST)
Thanks for the help. I have been to eagan several times over the last 5+ years as my sister-in-law lives there. I kninda know my way around but have not been to any parks or lakes. Thanks again.


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