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Best Place to Launch near Kato?

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Is the best place to toss a boat in on the MN River at the 7 mile park area? How is that launch? I don't have a big ol 4x4 truck or anything so would I have any issues here?

How is the river level right now too? I have a small 14ft boat with a shallow draft (can skoot in about a foot of water).

Think I will have any issues?

How has the bite been on the MN. I know you cat guys have been having a bit of luck the last few days. How about those green carp (bass, lol) Any luck chasing those buggers around in the area?

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7 Mile isnt the best launch and I havent been down there in a month but you probably wouldnt have too much problem puttin in there. As far as how the fishin is, well I have to have another decient night before I give it a thumbs up but any given night might be your night. As far as the "B" fish, if you are talking about in the river I havent ever seen one.

Where ever you put in at, head upstream.

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Land of Memories and Judson and 99 in St. Peter are your better bets. 7 Mile has a sandbar that makes it very difficult regardless how small of a boat you have.....Did it last Sunday and it was not a very good plan. Your only option if you do hit seven mile is up stream, you cant even get downstream as its too shallow.....Best bet, Judson up stream--stay on the left run, as when the river divides up, the right stream get shallow right at the division, and you wont get all the way up with anything but a riverpro or a tunnel type boat.

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