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Title: rufus woods from shore
Post by: Lokaybinnity on July 05, 2022, 02:55:26 PM
so me and a buddie and are kids are headed east this weekend we are going to do some scouting in are muzzloader spot and want to do some fishing from shore on rufus. can you all point me in a direction on some good shore access. dont need honey holes just a spot to keep the kids happy I have onx and can probably figure it out but decided to come here first. thanks in advance.
Title: Re: rufus woods from shore
Post by: Alchase on July 05, 2022, 04:20:08 PM
There are a few spots in Bridgeport State Park. I thought most of the shore on Rufus Woods was Tribal land?
Hopefully someone with more knowledge will answer, if you can get a Tribal permit if needed?
Title: Re: rufus woods from shore
Post by: bustedoldman on July 05, 2022, 06:11:27 PM
Tribal permits are $40, you can get them online. Rufus Woods net pen has shore fishing, not much especially if itís packed, state or tribal license works. Youíll also need a $80 Rec pass to fish on tribal side, also online. There are a few spots on the non tribal side, long drives and some hiking involved. A few weeks ago we were informed that a tribal license was needed at the park, Discover pass needed,  but I never followed up to be sure. Better off fishing banks/Roosevelt .
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