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ST. LOUIS RIVER

A 23-inch walleye on Superior Bay made the bucket list for ice-fishing guru Dave Genz.
A new study shows mercury in the estuary sediment was left by industry decades ago. It continues to build up in fish, making some unsafe to eat.
Mike Mayou was flying his drone over the frozen St. Louis River when he came across bobcats having some fun on the ice.
Multi-species competition values crappie, carp and catfish as much as bass and walleyes.

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ON THE ST. LOUIS RIVER — You might get dumped into the river for a quick swim. You might get sore shoulders from paddling. You might even get pushed onto your back, legs and arms flailing in the air like an upside-down turtle, at that first big rapids when the raft takes on a wash of water over the bow.
JAY COOKE STATE PARK -- As his stubby, plastic kayak dipped under the wave of a rapids, between two boulders and then out of sight, Jon Schmidt let out a primal scream audible even over the roar of the river.

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