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MisterFish

St Croix by Hudson

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is there a boat launch on the MN side in this area? i saw the boat launch on the WI side and i'm not interested in paying $12.00 for a launch and park. let me know anyone? thanks:)

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MisterFish,

Check out this site Beanies

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thanks a lot sandbar:)

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Has anyone been down there doing any fishing? Just wondering if it's catchin' anything?

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with regards to the landing fees, is there any that do not require a fee or permit of some sort. Went to the one in bayport that i used to launch at with my dad for free and now there is a $10 daily fee.

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the only free one i know of is the one just north of stillwater. we used to put in for free off the point where the winter ice road is (south of bayport) near clydes, i think that's nsp land...but they've really cracked down on that. kind of stuck paying the money.

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There used to be a shallow one in downtown Hudson-but I think they killed that too. Neighbors got upset w/ the parking.

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There is a landing a couple miles north of stillwater on the mn side that's free, heading to hudson though from there you'd probably spend $10 at least in gas..

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The cheapest option I have found is to buy the Washington County Park pass. This pass allows access to St. Croix Bluffs (South of the Kinni), Square Lake & Lake Elmo among others. I fish square a bit and this pass really helps save some $$$

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the washington county pass is also good for anoka county,

i.e coonrapids dam

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