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Fishing on Saint Louis River

USA, MN
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he Saint Louis River (abbreviated St. Louis River) is a river in the U.S. states of Minnesota and Wisconsin that flows into Lake Superior. The largest U.S. river to flow into the lake, it is 192 miles (309 km) in length[1] and starts 13 miles (21 km) east of Hoyt Lakes, Minnesota. The river's watershed covers 3,634 square miles (9,410 km2). Near the Twin Ports of Duluth, Minnesota and Superior, Wisconsin, the river becomes a freshwater estuary. The lower St. Louis is the only river in the state with whitewater rafting opportunities.
Length:309[km]
Surface:9410[km^2]
Elevation: 183 [m]
Source :Seven Beaver Lake
Lattitude:47.4996643066406
Longitude:-91.8335723876953
City:Twin Ports of Duluth
Mouth :Lake Superior
Lattitude:46.75
Longitude:-92.0999984741211
Saint Louis River
(C) Tim Kiser
Fish Species  
 
Walleye  Pike, Northern
Bass, Smallmouth  Bass, Largemouth
Sunfish, Bluegill  
   
 
Crappie, Black  Catfish, Channel
Redhorse, Shorthead  Sucker, White
Sturgeon  
TributaryLat/Lon | Connected  
 
Lake Superior47.8 -89.3  Mouth  
TributaryLat/Lon | Connected  
 
Seven Beaver Lake47.5 -91.8  Source  
Close ByLat/Lon |    
 
Marchington Lake50.2 -91.4  10 km  
Stanzhikimi Lake50.2 -91.4  5 km  
Lakes and RiversLat/Lon |    
 
North River47.5 -91.8  5 km  

Last change: 2020-02-19