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Canoeing the Zumbro

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I would like to go canoeing on the Zumbro River and was wondering which stretch had better fishing. Green bridge to Zumbro Falls or Zumbro Falls to Hammond? How long does each take? Which has less traffic? Thanks.

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Kasey, for the less traffic run I would choose the Green Bridge to the Falls. Plan on at least six hours, and that's if you don't fish every hole.

The Falls to Hammond is a busier run, but if you leave before 8:00 a.m. you won't see many people. That trip will take a minimum of 4 hours and if you spend time fishing the good spots it can take longer. For a time judgement "Wall Rock" is the half way point.

Good luck Kasey and let us know how you did. And don't forget the camera! grin.gif

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