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Kinnickinnic state park
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i was just wondering if anyone had ever fished inside of the park?

or down stream of the bridge on county rd F?

just want to know if it's just sandy bottom or rocky? any good pools?

i've only fished upstream from the bridge and down stream from the long designated walk path.

any info would be nice.

thanks!

Posted on: 2012/8/6 11:12
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Re: Kinnickinnic state park
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From Stillwater,Minnesota
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I've fished the park many times. Has mostly a rock bottom, since it runs pretty fast. Assuming you start at the riverside parking lot, work your way up until you reach a run with an eddy very close to the north bank. This is the beginning of the best fishing in the park, since it's far enough upstream to not be reached by anybody who stops to fish for an hour or so. Continuing upstream there are several more nice runs and pools, a couple at least 7-8 feet deep. I've caught lots of Trout through here, along with Walleye and Sauger, as well as Bass. I should warn you though, the water in the park runs pretty rast, and with the rain we received I'd imagine its a little higher now. Wade with caution.
Good Luck

Posted on: 2012/8/6 11:33
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Re: Kinnickinnic state park
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riverside parking lot? is that inside of the state park? sorry i haven't step foot inside there yet. looking forward to it this weekend if possible.

Posted on: 2012/8/6 12:08
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Re: Kinnickinnic state park
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Yes it is, the park continues for probably a half mile above the county road F bridge. As long as you stay in the water you can wade up as far as you wish. Downstream in the park you run into a lot of suckers and drum, so I don't typically fish there, although I imagine the biggest Browns would be in any slower pools you could find there, so pick your poison.

Posted on: 2012/8/8 13:23
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Re: Kinnickinnic state park
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anyone been out on the kinni as of late? just want to know if the water is clear or muddy. plan on going out tomorrow if possible.

Posted on: 2014/4/4 5:33
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Re: Kinnickinnic state park
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get out there! trouts are hungry!

Posted on: 2014/4/7 11:33
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