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Fishing Report on 6/30/2020 Mississippi River
Today on the Mississippi River. Not sure why I went out with 25 mph gust out of the South. The river is flowing North. The wind was stronger than the river current as it blow me the opposite of the river flow. A big thunderstorm blew through the night before and water was rising fast with debris and tree's flowing down making it a mine field with white cap's making it hard to see everything. BUT I had to go fishing so I went. Fishing was tough but did manage this one with a few freshwater drum. Fish were found in 10-12 FOW
Fishing Report on 6/26/2020 Mississippi River
Today on the Mississippi River. I prefished for an upcoming trip. The target fish today will be a 28" Walleye . My clients PB so far is 23.5". I am going to help them reach that goal. Water temps of 73 degrees and the river levels are way down finding the 28" is going to be a task. But very doable still. The good news overcast and light winds out of the South. When I found fish today they were in 8-12 FOW. What a phenomenal day of fishing. Keep in mind all catch and release. Always fun and great for pictures. As much fun as they are catching the release of these big girls is just as exciting.
Fishing Report on 6/21/2020 St Croix River
Today's trip out on the St. Croix River. Took a young man out for his first time Walleye fishing on the river. Water temps 73 degrees with winds out of the north 15 mph and fishing was good. Fish caught included (6 )14.5 short Walleye's all released (15) Saugers ranging same size which he kept (6) for a fish fry. A huge Northern which broke the line at the boat. A really nice Walleye (Roughly) 23- 24" that came off at the boat and a 23" Channel Cat. Fish still being found in the 25-28 FOW. St. Croix water is extremely low right now.
Keep those lines tight.