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Dave Law’s Fishing Forecast: Deer Lake

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It's almost Memorial Day weekend, and for fishing enthusiasts, this is the perfect chance to spend some extra time out on the water.

Our very own fishing expert, Dave Law, spent the week looking for some of the best spots.

This week he highlights Deer Lake.

Dave Law's 25 years of forecasting experience has taken him around the world a time or two.
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