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Rivernut

Sartell

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I fish a lot around Little Fall's, but I am wondering where the launch is at Sartell. Been wanting to try that area for a while. Is that an area that is fishable late in the year. Any info would be GREATLY APPRECIATED! Thanks.

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there are actually 2 different landings available.

1. about 1 mile north of the paper mill on the east side of the river. (must cross railroad tracks)

2. on the west side of the river north of Sartell about 4 miles/ OR go across the bridge west of Rice and stay to the left towards Sartell (about 2 miles) until you see a large sign for Mississippi River Park.

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The one on the East side is a much better landing, too (there's no dock at the county park launch).

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Thanks guy's, I love fishing the river, just want to try something different. I have noticed post's that the river had been lowered, 3 feet I beleive. Do you happen to know what section's of the river that affect's.

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