Fishing in Plymouth, MN

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  • Hoigaard's
    Since opening in 1895, the Hoigaard family and its eponymous shop has been supplying nature lovers with the equipment and apparel necessary to make a playground out of the great outdoors. Today, third- and fourth-generation Hoigaards run the shop alongside a staff of camping aficionados and skilled craftspeople. Their expertise comes in handy as they dress fellow outdoorsfolk in a selection of belts, jackets, shoes, and boots from brand-name manufacturers such as Patagonia, White Sierra, FiveFingers, and The North Face. A collection of outdoor gear––including tents, bicycles, sleeping bags, and canoes––is available for rent or purchase, and the shop's staff repairs damaged equipment in their onsite repair and service shop. They also perform tune-ups for snowboards, skis, and inline skates, and split bicycles into two separate unicycles upon request.
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    5425 Excelsior Boulevard
    Saint Louis Park, MN US
  • Metro Lakes Marina and Rentals
    Most inflatable stand-up paddleboards are 4 inches thick, but Metro Lakes Marina and Rentals’ stand-up paddleboards measure a military-grade 6 inches thick, riding ride high in the water and never sagging in the middle. The team’s eye for details like this extends to their watercrafts, too. Their jet skis, for example, are all 2013 models from Yamaha and Sea Doo, and cushioned pontoons ferry you and up to 11 friends or mannequins posed as friends across Lake Minnetonka. To ensure safe navigation of the waters, pontoon drivers receive operating instructions and a map of the lake before shoving off. Anglers can also hunt fish species from large-mouth bass to muskies aboard the company’s fishing boats. Fishermen and women shouldn’t get too attached to their hauls; however, because Metro Lakes Marina and Rentals adheres to catch-and-release practices.
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    4850 Edgewater Dr.
    Mound, MN US
  • Set The Hook Guide Service
    Have you ever seen Lake Minnetonka or Lake Waconia? Have you ever seen it underwater, via a waterproof camera you manipulate yourself? If not, one call to Set the Hook Guide Service can change that. Owner Todd Stauffer has fished these lakes for more than 25 years, but he's constantly updating his guide packages to include exciting extras. He and his team lead ice fishing excursions, complete with all the gear (and cool cameras) a fisherman needs to stalk northern pike, walleye, and panfish. What's more, they also rent ice fishing houses equipped with luxuries such as electric lighting, burner stoves, stereo systems, and insulated floors so guests can pilot their own fishing adventures.
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    4311 Shoreline Drive
    Spring Park, MN US
  • Metro Lakes Fish House Rental, LLC
    The snow-dusted, icy lakes around Minneapolis sprawl like white deserts, indistinguishable from the shoreline beneath powdery blankets. With practiced eye and sure footsteps, Metro Lakes Fish House Rental, LLC's guides traverse the seemingly barren expanses, finding the spots most likely to conceal fish. They drill through the ice, erecting ready-made ice fishing cabins around themselves as the work. Their portable houses comfortably seat up to eight people, and come equipped with rods, bait, and portable TVs to keep guests entertained.
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    4850 Edge Water Dr.
    Mound, MN US
  • Blue Lagoon Marine
    Climb aboard with Blue Lagoon Marine in Spring Park for a boating experience that is both relaxing and fun. Make the trip to this center even more savory with a visit to their fine restaurant. The perfect place to take the kids, this center won't cost you a sitter. Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    4470 Shoreline Drive
    Spring Park, MN US
  • Midwest Mountaineering
    Midwest Mountaineering can trace its origins back to 1970, when avid rock climber Rod Johnson found himself frustrated with the lack of climbing equipment available in Minneapolis. When Johnson returned from a voyage to California with a backpack full of gear, he decided to sell his accumulated goodies to friends and local climbers out of his own kitchen, calling his operation The Johnson Company. As his business grew, so did its inventory—expanding to include tents, skis, kayaks, and canoes. Rod’s business quickly became too big for his kitchen, eventually landing at its current location under the name Midwest Mountaineering. Today, the store continues to equip outdoor adventurers with quality gear and apparel. A cheerful blue-and-red sign splays across its historic storefront, which houses racks of apparel and specialty equipment for an array of extreme sports that includes long-distance backpacking, paddling, and ice climbing. Kayaks and canoes, which customers may try out before purchasing during regular boat demonstrations, dangle from ceilings next to life preservers, and shoes, coats, and athletic gear line the exposed-brick walls. An enthusiastic staff of outdoor aficionados stands by to offer customers tips on finding optimal products and the best clothing lines to impress fashion-conscious wildlife, as well as lead regular instructional workshops, hands-on clinics, and special events.
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    225 19th Avenue South
    Minneapolis, MN US

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