urbanHog312 wrote:I cannot report on any fish this year as i have not given it a go. last year i was able to catch a couple largemouth in the west loop. I'd do it more often but its a pain brining my pole on a train and in the office. thought about investing in a telescopic rod but all the ones i find are cheaply made.
I will comment on the river and say it is not as bad as people think. Nearly every <a title="Link added by VigLink" class="vglnk" href="http://www.cabelas.com/product/Cabelas-Fisherman-Series-Game-Fish-Spoon/732265.uts?productVariantId=1309216" target="_blank" rel="nofollow"><span>game </span><span>fish</span></a> is able to thrive in the river including walleye and rainbows. a thousand channel catfish were released in the river near the loop less than a year ago
joetrain wrote:I would join you for a downtown float. I paddle a canoe not a yak if that is alright. ~JOE~
joetrain wrote:Try the North Shore channel in Skokie.
cyanatic wrote:I know the trail that goes along there but it all looks like a steep bank with no water level access.
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