Monticello Area/Mississippi River Shuttles
Monticello Shuttles, Monticello, MN. 55362 www.monticelloshuttles.com
(Please Read Our "What We Do" Page.)
WE PROVIDE RIVER SHUTTLES FOR PEOPLE THAT OWN/USE THE FOLLOWING TYPES OF CRAFTS:
* Drift Boats - Kayak's *
* Inflatable Pontoon's - Canoes *
* John Boats - Etc... *
ON THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER
IN THE MONTICELLO, ST. CLOUD,
CLEAR WATER, ELK RIVER, MN AREA.
(We do NOT Rent These Types of Crafts)
$30.00 Per Vehicle
(see map below)
Call Us @ : 612-670-6981
My Name Is Roy
Minnesota is blessed with some of the nation's best smallmouth bass fishing.
The metro area also can be excellent for smallmouth bass. The Mississippi River above the Twin Cities, from Monticello to Elk River, is a well-known Twin Cities smallmouth hotspot.
While the smallmouth only grows to about half the size of the largemouth, it is much more agile, faster and powerful for its size. It eats pretty much the same foods, just smaller specimens. It is without argument one of the finest game fish an angler can pursue. The thrill of the frantic runs and jumps are the source of many a fisherman's dreams.
It's no secret that the upper Mississippi provides world-class smallmouth fishing. It has been written about in practically every outdoor magazine. The strict catch & release regulations in these waters ensure that the bass population stays strong. This is primarily a boat fishery, although boat-challenged anglers can managed during the late summer months when the water levels drop down considerably.
Most anglers do fish from Clearwater to Monticello or from Monticello to Elk River. The fish here average in the 12 - 20 inches range, but bigger fish are always caught each year.
(The above words are from a June 17th, 2008 StarTribune article written by columnist Dennis Anderson)
OR right Click on Map and choose save image. Then save it to your preferred file/destination
Link to the PDF: http://www.dnr.state.mn.us/canoeing/mississippiriver/seven.html
and click on "St. Cloud to Anoka" Mississippi Map 7 PDF