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Wade Joseph

Regulation Clarification

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I posted this in the Sconnie section, but wanna be SURE!

To be sure I understand the reg's. I was told us Sconnie folks could fish the St Louis river up to hwy 23 this weekend. So I looked it up in the WIDNR Website. As far as I can tell the entire St louis River is closed till may 12th. If I am wrong will someone correct me?

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Wade the River opens with the Mn. Opener every year.

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Thanks Steve. Thats what I thought, what I read, but my co-worker was adamant.

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Your co-worker was Adam Ant? grin.gif

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Wade ,,I think you can fish the St Croix this weekend but not the St Louis ,,its wierd how the wi /mn border waters open on diff dates ,,and the might miss is a border water and never closes go figure

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