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Going to be hitting the St. Louis River for Walleyes for the first time this weekend. If any one has any tips for a begginer it would be great. Where to try, where to launch ect. Thanks!!

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I was up there last fri. and did pretty good with jigs and shiners. I got most of my fish in the walleye alley area through the up stream area just before the bridge, I believe its the 23 bridge.

I launched out of boyscout landing, close to the fishing and easy to get to.

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You will find the bigger fish downstream on the flats early and late. Try Barkers Island area and between the high and bong bridges. Troll crawler rigs in orange/chart or pink/white. Once you find them you can slow down and drift jig or lindy rig them. They are spread out pretty good lately. 1 here 1 there. Cover some ground and channel edges and you will find them. Good luck to ya.

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