Access Minnesota: Every angler has a fish story.

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Dregni_Let's coverWhether it’s the one that got away or the one that was THIS BIG, every angler has a fish story. “If [the fish] doesn’t get bigger each time you tell the story, there’s something not quite right,” Eric Drengi says. He discusses these tall tales and cultural traditions of fishing in his new book, “Let’s Go Fishing! Fish Tales from the North Woods.”

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