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Dennis Steele

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Dennis Steele

LETS Metro division is going to be fishing the Croix in august.I am looking for a launch that will accomodate 15 boats.I drove from Stillwater to 94 this afternoon and did not see any public access that could accomodate us.Is there one on either side of the river?
We also are looking for a good place where we can pull up on shore to do a weigh in at noon and at the end of the day.Any suggestions?
Thanks

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crappie getter

Dennis,

There is a boat ramp at St. Croix Bluffs Washington County park. Very nice area plenty of room. Its located about 5 miles south of afton. Their is a fee though unless people have a Wash County park sticker ($5 daily fee?) You could weight in in the harbor also. Check DNR regs. or weight in at the kinnikinic beach located 2 miles north of the park.

crappie getter,

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Yaeger Guide

Just out of curiosity, I haven't been thinking of tournament fishing in 2003 yet but does the Croix have a no cull rule? I am not sure if I heard that that is true or if it was in the MN or WI legislature. Just ramblin' after a long winter as a non-real icefisherman.

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Dennis Steele

Thanks crappie fot the info.I think that might be our best bet.
I didn't even think that the regs might be a littel different.I did check and it looks like were good to go.Years ago I did get in a little trouble on the Croix.Its good to check regs before hand.Thanks Yaeger.That could have been a disaster. smile.gif

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how far north can you get by boat from this access? all the way up to Taylors falls?? I haven't fished the croix much at all, but will be fishing this for LETS... just trying to get an idea on where to fish...

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SPIN DRY

Just to the Boom island where the DNR checks you for zebra mussels. Have you tried Hudson for acesss?

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Ferny

Sounds like fun. Try the Beach House marina also in Bayport. Triple wide launch and if it's full the overflow can park near the ball fields I would guess enough room for 30 rigs total.

Ferny.

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