The St. Louis River is a river in the 2 states of Minnesota and Wisconsin.
The River flows into Lake Superior which is the Largest fresh water lake in the world.
The St. Louis River is the largest U.S. river to flow into the Lake Superior.
It is 179 miles (288 kilometers) in length and starts near Hoyt Lakes, Minnesota.
The river's watershed is 3634 square miles (9412 km²) in area.
It is near the cities of Duluth, Minnesota and Superior, Wisconsin, also know as the Twin Ports
where the river becomes a freshwater estuary.
The St. Louis River is one of the largest walleye spawning areas
in Minnesota. The walleyes from Lake Superior go up the river to the FonDuLac Dam and spawn.
During the early season you can expect to have great fishing and a chance at a trophy walleye.
One of the great things about fishing the harbor is the view that you usually don't see from the shore.
Fishing the St. Louis River you have a great chance to catch: Walleyes, Muskies, Smallmouth bass, Crappies,
Perch and Northerns.
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