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Tonka landings?

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Hey guys, new to the area and want to get out on Tonka. Coming from St. Michael and need a good landing for a 19' glass boat. Thanks much. Don't worry I practice CPR for the most part only.

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Mr Special

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Tonka Bayt

Yes spring park is open, launched my boat there on Monday!!!!


Good Luck

Tonka Bayt

Hooks, lines, and ....thinkers

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Mr Special

Thanks

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korn_fish

Are these pay to park lots??

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Mr Special

No they're free, just that it does get really crowded. The good thing about Spring Park is they have an auxiliary parking lot a few blocks down. It's a pretty good launch and the bait shop is just across the road.

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SuddenlySummer

Use the Gray's Bay launch off Hwy 101 in Minnetonka. Go west on 394 to the 101 exit in Wayzata. Follow 101 South for a few miles until you come to the 101 bridge. The launch is just on the left side of 101 after you cross the bridge.

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wishiniwerefishin

I second the 101 launch. Probably the nicest launch on the lake, really deep and nice concrete all the way down. All 3 lanes are extremely wide, and they have TONS of parking. Even have all the restrooms/some vending/fuel if you need it, and the launch gives you prime access to some of MY favorite fishin spots on the lake. In case youve been there a few years ago, its not the same launch(es) that used to be there, it is brand new last year.

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Mr Special

Does anyone know if the Spring Park launch is up and running?

Thanks

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