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St.Croix falls by the dam

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I have been upriver recently and the fishing has been nothing short of fantastic for those burly panfish. Sunnies, crappies, rockbass and smallies....oh my! The shallows over rock and rubble shorelines are producing where the current sweeps in. Also, look to the brush and for those larger slabber crappies look in the 12-16' range. Sunfish, rockies, and smallies are all in the shallower water. Feather jigs in yellow, orange, pink and white all work well. 1/16th-1/8th oz for most situations. Gold is also good on any given day as well. Small black twister tails and chartruesse turned fish as well. Jig and minnow/crawler will take all types of fish right now. The feed bag is on! Good luck and good fishing!

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