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Default Fishing opportunities around Champaign-Urbana, Illinois region?

Heading to a conference in at the University of Illinois and might want to drop a line.

Any species is OK.
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Default Re: Fishing opportunities around Champaign-Urbana, Illinois region?

I lived there for winter but didn't fish.

Scott Weigle has an archery shop in Monticello. He may be able to point ya in the right direction.
(217) 762-3123
Tell him Kelly Johnson sent you.

Salt fork runs through much of the area E and SE.
I heard the area near Homer Lake was productive.

Tackle shop nearby should have info...
Uncle Boonie's Bait Shop
(217) 896-2619
402 W 1st St, Homer, IL


Jim Gould has a killer bloody mary and sunday Brunch...

Jim Gould Restaurant
(217) 531-1177
1 E Main St, Champaign, IL

Radio Maria is a hippie hangout but the foods semi inspired and well put together

Radio Maria
(217) 398-7729
119 N Walnut St, Champaign, IL

Cowboy Monkey if yer drunk and lookin' to score
Cowboy Monkey
(217) 398-2688
6 E Taylor St, Champaign, IL

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Thanks for the information. It's a start.
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