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Boom Site On St Croix

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Has anybody been fishing the boom site on the st.croix, me and a buddy went out there today and got skunked. We were jigging with plastics and occasionally threw out a plug. I think we are going to try to go out there tommorow with some live bait and see how that works

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whatcha fishing for out there?? I'm kinda new to this area and was just wondering what you can catch...

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whatcha fishing for out there?? I'm kinda new to this area and was just wondering what you can catch...


Anything and everything. The St Croix has Bass, Walleye, Sauger, Panfish, Crappie, Pike, Muskie, Catfish, Carp, Sturgeon, and I believe even Gar and alot more than that.

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And don't forget the good old EEL! Nasty looking little critters.

Tunrevir~

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how far from the 35E and 94E junction is the st. croix?

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16 miles.

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