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Colville Park Launch

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I've been launching from Evert's all spring but its time to hit the head of the lake. Has anyone heard when they will open the Colville Launch.....Thanks

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Can you tell me more about the launch? I go to Everts also, I would like an alternative.

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Colville public launch is located on the South side of Red Wing at Colville Park. It has been closed this spring because the city is renovating the ramp.

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Does anyone know if Colville is open yet? Thanks!

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Nope not open yet. As of yesterday anyway, didn't look like it would be anytime soon either.

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