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No Wake

  • sandbar
    Participant
    Woodbury, MN
    Posts: 979
    #2124052

    Looks like no wake will go into effect Saturday, May 14th with a crest close to 2 feet above no wake at 684.7 early next week.

    Time to hit those high water hot spots. Just going to take longer to get there…..

    Mike W
    Participant
    MN/Anoka/Ham lake
    Posts: 12479
    #2124139

    Fantastic. Just wish I had more time to fish over there. Some great high water spots on the Croix. Good time to run the boat through the woods to.

    bzzsaw
    Participant
    Hudson, Wi
    Posts: 3160
    #2124202

    High water is good. No wake – not so much. Especially with the limited number of lauches open on the Croix (at least around Hudson).

    uninc4709
    Participant
    Posts: 135
    #2124258

    Anyone care to share or DM these highwater tactics? We found some eyes in the 8′-14′ range last weekend and were going to give it another go.

    buckybadger
    Participant
    Upper Midwest
    Posts: 4165
    #2124263

    High water is good. No wake – not so much. Especially with the limited number of lauches open on the Croix (at least around Hudson).

    I’m no expert on the Croix and don’t fish it very often. I always assumed the no wake was good though and would help keep pleasure craft away or at least thin them out a bit?

    Deuces
    Participant
    Posts: 3683
    #2124268

    <div class=”d4p-bbt-quote-title”>bzzsaw wrote:</div>
    High water is good. No wake – not so much. Especially with the limited number of lauches open on the Croix (at least around Hudson).

    I’m no expert on the Croix and don’t fish it very often. I always assumed the no wake was good though and would help keep pleasure craft away or at least thin them out a bit?

    Yeah but if takes you 30min to go to ur spots it can be annoying. It’s a bittersweet, if I had more time it would make it nicer, guys on time schedules can really be limiting

    Paulski
    Participant
    “The problem with socialism is that eventually you run out of other people's money "
    Posts: 1141
    #2124341

    Currently predicted to hit 85.7 early next week and not coming down anytime soon….. I hate no wake

    Paulski

    sandbar
    Participant
    Woodbury, MN
    Posts: 979
    #2124454

    Johnny Law could have written a ton of tickets for ignoring the no wake South of the Kinni today.

    Plan on getting wet if you launch at the Bluffs. Access to both docks is under water.

    Pretty good bite this morning. Put a few in the box and caught a bunch of shorts.

    Bearcat89
    Participant
    North branch, mn
    Posts: 10449
    #2124924

    High water opens some awesome shore spots up. I love the are I fish when the water is high

    robby
    Participant
    Quad Cities
    Posts: 2491
    #2124966

    Any idea how far north and south is this in order?

    Justin riegel
    Participant
    Posts: 530
    #2126604

    Going to be sad to see the no wake gone. Last night felt like I was in Canada, dead quiet, could only see only other boat, so peaceful. 6 keepers for the two of us and multiple shorts was just a bonus.

    KPE
    Participant
    River Falls, WI
    Posts: 940
    #2126609

    No wake on the croix also creates a lot off butthurt in prescott. Don’t be surprised if the owners of the big rigs sit on the dock and scream “NO WAKE” at anyone enjoying their time on the water. It’s pretty funny

    FishBlood&RiverMud
    Participant
    Prescott
    Posts: 6253
    #2126747

    No wake on the croix also creates a lot off butthurt in prescott. Don’t be surprised if the owners of the big rigs sit on the dock and scream “NO WAKE” at anyone enjoying their time on the water. It’s pretty funny

    😁😁😁
    Nail on the head there!

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