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crappie getter

High Water Levels.

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crappie getter

I was fishing near Prescott today. Caught alot of smaller walleyes and eaters. Pretty tough conditions. The wind was blowing cold down the gut from the north. The current was rather strong flowing into the Miss. So with that I'm sure the water levels will be droping rather fast if we don't receive much more precip.

chris

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Chris's Croix Guide Service
http://fishingminnesota.com/stcroixguide/
(651) 458-1899
arndts@tcq.net
St. Croix River

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alvinmack5

I was out last weekend and it was very quiet. The River was high. However I didnt make it this last weekend. How were the water levels and was the fishing good south of the hudson bridge?

-Mike

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Cyberfish

Are the fish good eating that close to the Mississippi?

Cyb

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alvinmack5

Crappiegetting, I see your first name is Chris and you have a guide service on the Croix. Are you Chris Winchester by chance? Just curious. Well boys I think I'm done for the year. I'm getting this bad boy out of the Rack to get ready for the deer season!


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crappie getter

Alvinmack5,

My last name is Arndt so I would not be the one your looking for or would the winchester be the gun!?

cyberfish,

I think the walleyes pretty much taste the same but I will say this I usually eat small "eyes". Although it is easier on the mind to eat fish caught in the clearer (and possibly cleaner) water.

crappie getter,

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Chris's Croix Guide Service
http://fishingminnesota.com/stcroixguide/
(651) 458-1899
arndts@tcq.net
St. Croix River

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