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trollingguy

2-25-08

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trollingguy    0
trollingguy

Went out yesterday with my son. Fished fron 8:30 til 1:00. Caught about 15 crappies, 6 were decent size and a 32" sturgeon. Marked a lot of fish, most were just loookers.

Anyone fish near the open water by the Allan S. King plant? There seems to be a lot of interest in this area.

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DonBo    101
DonBo

I think they are targeting sauger near the open water, better hurry, the season is only 3 more days.

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blueroof    0
blueroof

The walleye/sauger season is open through Sunday March 2nd, five more days..

LB

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Cody Lubeley    0
Cody Lubeley

my buddy was out on the croix this weekend and landed two sturgeon one 40" and a 33" is it that common to land those things out there i always though they were super rare to come by

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uwleagle    0
uwleagle

I've caught 4 of them in the last 3 or 4 weeks and heard of a bunch of other people getting them.

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blueroof    0
blueroof

Sturgeon are commonly caught on the river. In the summer, I've seen folks pull one sturgeon after another out of the hole between Hiline pt. and the King plant outlet. From what I've heard, that is what most of the folks around the outlet are catching through the ice.

LB

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Cody Lubeley    0
Cody Lubeley

well sounds like ive been missing out on a good fight haha ill for sure be out there this weekend

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StCroixNewB

 Originally Posted By: Lubey
my buddy was out on the croix this weekend and landed two sturgeon one 40" and a 33" is it that common to land those things out there i always though they were super rare to come by

I ended up hooking up three of them, back to back to back, last week... quite a rush on ultralight gear!

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Cody Lubeley    0
Cody Lubeley

man does that sound like fun do you just jig with a minnow like you would for walleye? (thats how my friend hooked into his)

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AuggieDawg11    0
AuggieDawg11

That's what I caught mine today on. 36 inches. Took about 20 minutes to land. Lots of fun! Anyone going to be out tomorrow?

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trollingguy    0
trollingguy

Augie, i be out there tomorrow morning fishing for crappies, see ya out there maybe

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uwleagle    0
uwleagle

Be out around 1. Hey trollinguy was that you that I talked to by the highline point yesterday probably around noon? I was in the silver SUV.

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AuggieDawg11    0
AuggieDawg11

i'll be out around the same time uwleagle. check your email and give me a call.

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DonBo    101
DonBo

 Originally Posted By: blueroof
The walleye/sauger season is open through Sunday March 2nd, five more days..

Better check! The web site says March 1st.

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blueroof    0
blueroof

Really?! I just clipped this out of the 07 online regulations for the Minn-Wisco border waters. I'm fishing Sunday, probably won't catch any waldos anyhow..

Here's the link regulations

LB

WALLEYE and SAUGER (either or combined) St. Louis River May 12, 2007– 2 (15" minimum size for walleye) March 2, 2008 St. Croix River April 28, 2007– 6 (15" minimum size for walleye) March 2, 2008 Mississippi River Continuous 6 (15" minimum size for walleye) and Lake Pepin

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blueroof    0
blueroof

Next year, 09', ends March 1st... LB

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uwleagle    0
uwleagle

Thats weird. So if you have a MN license you can fish till March 2nd but with a WI license can only fish till March 1st? Thats what it looks like to me.

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Fishin4aLivin    0
Fishin4aLivin

Hey UW and Blue I don't think either of you have to worry about when the season is over. I haven't seen either of you catch a walleye or sauger in a LONGGGGGGGG time. Just giving you guys a hard time. I sent you guys an email, I think I will hit the Croix Friday afternoon to try and fine tune things for LOW!!!!! Hey blue what happened to your other picture? Ruby is way cuter than any old fish on a beer label.

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trollingguy    0
trollingguy

Eagle-- Could have been me, i don't remember. I'm getting so old, sometimes i can't remember my name. Good luck

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blueroof

 Originally Posted By: Fishin4aLivin
Hey blue what happened to your other picture? Ruby is way cuter than any old fish on a beer label.

She also gives me less sass than my fishing buddies... \:\) I'll pick up some them brews for our trip, maybe you'll finally put an avatar up.

LB

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Big Jeff    0
Big Jeff

I had the debate last year about witch set of rules do you fallow if you fish boarder waters. I called and talked to CO's from both sides and the ruling I am told is If your a Wis. resident is depends on witch side of the river you put in on for what set of rules you are going by. For Minn. it does not matter where you put in a MN CO will consider you a Minn. Resident and hold you to Minn. rules. I had to call and ask because Wis. rules let you use more up to three baits total so you could have two on one and one on another. It took about ten phone calls to find the information.

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DonBo    101
DonBo

So, if you are from Minnesota, or have a Minnesota license, you can fish walleye through this weekend?

If you are from Wisconsin, or only have a Wisconsin license, today is the last day for walleye? But I can use three lines?

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Infishquinn    0
Infishquinn

You obey the regs of the state your license is for, but as for the season on the Croix, it goes both ways. A MN license holder can fish eyes on the Croix until the season ends, just as a WI license holder can. A MN license only allows you 2 lines, so you can only use 2, but a WI license allows for 3. A WI license has its plus' on the Croix. If the Croix has a daily limit that is more generous than the MN state limit and you have a MN license, you must obey the MN limit. Hope that isn't too confusing.

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