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Old 04-19-2011, 08:32 PM
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Default Heading to Sheboygan River friday where is the best access for wading?

Just a quick question. Im headed to sheboygan wi for a day of fishing on friday. Ill be fishing the sheboygan river and was wondering if anyone here has waded it before and where is the best access to the river? It should be a change of pace from all the bass fishin on the dupage lately

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im still doing to research on some flies to bring and places to try any help would be awesome still a beginner at the sport
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