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Logan
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Daily Subscription Msg 1 Posted: 11:15 AM 10/12/07 (CST)
I Stopped by the snake river for my first time a week ago. I caught some huge largemouths and a few small walleye from shore. I was limited on where I could fish because both sides of this access were private land, marked. I was about 10-15 miles upstream from cross lake. Well anyway, I plan on returning with my little boat and I was wondering if anyone has any good information. I know nothing about the snake river and anything would be helpfull. Even just a good place to get breakfast around the area would be cool to know.

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Daily Subscription Msg 2 Posted: 11:40 AM 10/12/07 (CST)
Logan,
Welcome to the site, we hope you stick around a while.
Sorry I don't have any information for you on the Snake River. However I was wondering if it's the same Snake River that hwy65 crosses near Mora?? I'm just curious about that? Good Luck fishing!!


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Daily Subscription Msg 3 Posted: 12:19 PM 10/12/07 (CST)
Same one.. I have only fished it near pine city.



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Daily Subscription Msg 4 Posted: 12:22 PM 10/12/07 (CST)
Hey Logan,

Welcome to My Fishing Pals. Glad to have you aboard!



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Daily Subscription Msg 5 Posted: 01:43 PM 10/12/07 (CST)
That snake river feeds either into or out of Cross Lake, right? The DNR has a very comprehensive staling program for that lake and I would figure it feeds the river too. I haven't fished it personally, but have fished Cross a bit.

Some info I dug up for ya...

FISH STOCKED LAST 5 YEARS IN CROSS LAKE
Year Species AgeNumber
1999 Muskellunge Adult 360
 Muskellunge Fingerling 151
 WalleyeFingerling 260
2000 Muskellunge Fingerling 507
2001Walleye Fingerling 11,802
2002 MuskellungeFingerling 122
 MuskellungeFingerling 434
2003Walleye Fingerling 7,672
 Walleye Yearling 270
 Walleye Adult 136
 Walleye Yearling 332
2004 Muskellunge Fingerling 507
2005 Walleye Fingerling 1000 lbs (projected)


Stocking Fish Sizes:

Fry - Newly hatched fish that are ready to be stocked usually called "swim-ups". Walleye fry are 1/3 of an inch or around 8 mm.

Fingerling - Fingerlings are one to six months old and can range from a size of one to twelve inches depending on the species. Walleye fingerlings range from three to eight inches each fall.

Yearling - Yearling fish are at least one year old. A one-year-old fish can range from three to twenty inches depending on the species. Walleye yearlings average from six to twelve inches.

Adult – Adult fish are fish that have reached maturity. Depending on the species, maturity can be reached at two years of age.

Walleye reach maturity between the ages of four and six years.






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Daily Subscription Msg 6 Posted: 02:10 PM 10/12/07 (CST)
Thanks for the info BB!


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Daily Subscription Msg 7 Posted: 03:59 PM 10/12/07 (CST)
Great to have you on board! You have now traveled into my domain. I live just outside of Grasston and have a buddy that lives in Grasston on what they call "Big Bend". The river goes under highway 107 and if you travel into Grasston it makes a "S" curve to get around town. My buddy owns the house and land between him and the feed mill. His land will bring you right down to the river. This is a great spot to fish and hails everything Pike, walley, crappie and catfish! there is some shallow rocks that run into the deep water bend. on the corner. Let me know if you would like to fish there and I can get you permission to drive right up to the river! I use alot of crawlers down there early and late but throwing some spoons and plastics seem to work during the mid-summer blues.



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Daily Subscription Msg 8 Posted: 07:26 PM 10/12/07 (CST)
Hey thanks guys. I appreciate the warm welcome to the forum as well as the great info. smile smiley
BigBite- the snake feeds into Cross Lake you are correct. Thanks for the info!
SandBurr- Thanks for the offer.. I'll see how tomorrow goes and maybe I'll take you up on that offer sometime. I caught some good fish from little walleye landing. I heard that some nice catfish can be caught out of their too.

Thanks
Logan




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