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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.
Multi-species competition values crappie, carp and catfish as much as bass and walleyes.
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.

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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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