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Chitown-Angler

Joined: 08:09pm - Mar 21,18
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Location: Bolingbrook, IL

Post Posted: 04:26pm - Apr 1,18 
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Went out today with my daughter using slip bobbers, spoons and crank baits. Didn't get any but missed a few. The guys powerlining were doing well with fatheads and worms. Water temps were 41 and the lake was calm with little to no winds. Had a great Easter and cant wait to get back out there. We were behind the Planetarium.

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Post Posted: 06:37pm - Apr 1,18 
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do you know any good places to launch a kayak to target coho?

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Post Posted: 06:36am - Apr 2,18 
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I have launched at roosevelt beach which is right where he is talking about. Get the parking pass from henrys. You will need a yak cart.
Cal park is easy also.
Burnham when the handicap peir is in.
Montrose handicap peir.
All the beaches.
The park distrct has a list oc approved launch spots but who cares what they think.lol. no one around to enforce rules anyway but you should not yak the big lake alone brother. Post and get some company out there with you. Water too cold for me still but there are plenty of guys at this site looking for company

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