Hmong families gather to fish walleyes
ALONG THE ST. LOUIS RIVER, Minn. (MCT) — Just after the stroke of midnight, they began casting into the dark waters of the St. Louis River. One after another, the anglers tossed out heavy sinkers and minnows or leeches.
Ploop went the sinkers as they landed in the murky current not far near Jay Cooke State Park. Eight anglers had made the trip up from the Twin Cities, hiking at least half a mile down an obscure path to reach the river.
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