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LOWinEYEin

Boat launch above Taylors falls?

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LOWinEYEin

St.Croix-guys,,,
Can you guys help me find or know a boat launch upstream from Taylors falls???


Pre-Thanks.......again.

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Brian Gilbertson

Just 3/4 mile or so up from the dam on the Wisconsin side is a nice little park with a decent ramp. I think it's called Lions park or some such thing. Just cross the bridge into Taylors Falls and hang a left and go up the road a bit and look for the access sign. If you go down towards the dam, you should find fish still stacked up in there. If you don't mark any, they've probably started migrating upstream. You can troll cranks upstream until you locate some fish and then jig for them.

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fishKiLLa

If the walleyes dont work for you then you might want to try tossin a crawfish jig towards the shoreline on the park side. Those rocks along the shoreline hold quite a bit of very decent smallies. Beware the northerns though as they will hit the jigs also.

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