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Where's a decent place to put a boat in down by the Catfish bar-Kinni area?
Any place where it's free?

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crappie getter

The closest ramps starting from the south are:
Prescott has a public ramp but you must pay I beleive around $7.A year pass can be bought in city hall for around $20 for non-res.

Washington county park has a nice ramp on the minnesota side about 1 mile south of the Kinni you can get a day pass around $5 or a year pass for $20 good for all the washington county parks such as Lake Elmo.

Afton has two marinas that have ramps but I am sure a charge is in order here also.A phone call would be wise to find out.

Once you get to Hudson they have a public ramp and from what I remember it was free.

When I have fished the lower part from Prescott to the Kinni I have put in on the mississippi in Hastings.They have a free decent ramp about 3 miles upstream from where the St. Croix comes into the mississippi.

Good Luck.

Chris's Croix Guide Service
(651) 458-1899
St. Croix River

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