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Heading tomorrow afternoon, looking for places, thinking maybe prescott area, or bayport to stillwater? Looking for walleyes and saugers. Any advice? Will be in a 14 foot alumacraft with an old 15 horse Johnson on it. If ya see me say Hello....

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dr tryhard
go to prescott and fish around the docks and bridge area and docks the walleyes and sauger are biting really well.I guess in hudson narrows they are going farely well also.Heading to canada goto go.

good luck.

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http://fishingminnesota.com/stcroixguide

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I fished Hudson today. Caught about 12 fish. Kept 3 good eaters. One was 21", the other two 16".
Did ok with all kinds of presentations. It really depended upon the time of day.
Also caught some decent carp. Sheephead were flying all over if you used worms, but other fish made up for it.
All in all, a pretty good day on the Croix.
I'm thinking about go back and working the same water for Sauger.
I saw a guy on the way out with 5 fish averaging 22". A mix of walleye and Sauger. That was encouraging.

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We fished just north of Prescott yesterday and did pretty well. We caught just over fifteen saugers with a few walleyes mixed in and kept six. Fishing the area upstream of the bridge around 4pm with a jig and fathead seemed to do the trick.

Also, something everyone should be aware of, there are some teenagers hanging out at the city dock claiming to help out boaters "for tips". We didn't require any assistance but another fisherman did and they watched his boat while he ran to the store. Turns out, they helped themselves to one of his rod & reels and made off with it. Keep an eye out for this...

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