St. Louis River

St. Louis River Fishing

 
Enjoy a scenic fly fishing drift boat trip down the St. Louis River catching smallies on one of the top smallmouth bass waters in the Midwest.  We offer guided fly fishing float trips down the Upper St. Louis River in 2 or 3 person pontoon drift boats and a powered boat for the Lower St. Louis River and the Duluth Superior Harbor. The Upper St. Louis River is mostly carry down access, so the fishing is light compared to other high profile smallmouth bass rivers, but has an excellent smallmouth bass population for fly fishing.  The Lower St. Louis River also contains good populations of Muskellunge and Northern Pike as well as large smallmouth bass. The St. Louis River watershed is large, covering 3,650 square miles. Because the river has minimal shallow rapids that there is nearly always enough water for canoeing and other boating. The rapids in the upper part of the river are Class I or less. In the lower part of the river, from the Floodwood to Cloquet, rapids are Class I-III. Lower St. Louis Map This is a PDF file. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to download it.    Upper St. Louis Map This is a PDF file. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to download it.  (Click here for instructions on printing large PDF maps.)

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