To say the Great Lakes are massive is the understatement of a lifetime. This time of year, however, anglers are in luck; autumn is the time when the majority of the big lakes’ anadromous fishes are swimming shoreward in preparation of procreation. Now is when anglers can don nothing more than a pair of chest waders; grab a single rod and reel and a handful of lures that can be cast far,
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and catch a stringer full of fish too heavy for one man to carry!