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Fisher_Johnson

St. Louis landings

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Are any of the boat landings on the St. Louis in danger of being iced up? I will be in Duluth for the holiday and am thinking of doing some musky fishing.

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I used the Garfield landing last night and no sign of ice. My temp for the harbor was right about 37.8 degrees though.

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Thanks for the info. Despite the predicted colder weather moving in, looks like the launches should be usable.

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nblasin were you out again today. If so I watched ya in the bay for a while. I was standing over by barkers catching a few eyes. Did you get anything?

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I was only out on the 19th. Time to put the boat to bed for a couple of months. I did find some eyes near there but didn't fish them. It was one of the regular spots. Come on ice....

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Nblasin Im hoping that spot and a few others close by pans out as good as they did last winter. Last winter the River was on FIRE!

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