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Upper St Croix ?

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Hi everyone

I would like to try some upper st croix fishing

near the hwy 70 bridge.

Can anyone help me out with some spots for

eyes, cats, smallies.

Any help would be great.

I live in Pine city and never tried the croix

up here any info. would sure help me out.

Thanks The DDaug

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I would try right where the Snake river dumps in, there's a hole there. I think most people fish from shore or a small boat real shallow up there. Good luck

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Thanks Spin Dry

I have fished the Snake to the Croix But never at the mouth

I will give it a try

Thanks again the DDaug.

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