Kayak Fishing Ultimate Resource
  • DIY Modifications To Make Your Fishing Kayak Even Better

    Most fishing kayaks these days come equipped with pretty much everything you need to get out on the water and start reeling in some big fish. However, as with any type of hobby, there is always room for improvements or customization. Read More
  • Five Yak Angling Watches Worth Your Time

    For many people wristwatches have become outdated, with cellphones fulfilling all of their functions and more. Many others who do still wear wristwatches, do so more as a fashion statement and not really as a way to know what time it is. However, this doesn’t mean that wristwatches are completely obsolete just yet.  Read More
  • Spencer Releases Jonesin' for Beyond the Breakers

    Spencer Jones requires no introduction in the Yakangler community. We followed him last year when he attended the Extreme Kayak Fishing Sailfish Smackdown and shared his adventures with us on video. Spencer had so much fun and learned so many things from this experience that he decided to put it into a book for other newbies who want to go beyond the breakers to benefit from. Read More
  • Handy Kayak Angling Gadgets & Gear

    Just because kayaks offer a more low-tech approach to angling doesn’t mean you can’t find plenty of gadgets and gear to make things more interesting. Read More
  • Pedal VS Paddle for Kayak Angling

    The introduction of pedal kayaks was a game changer for many kayak anglers as it introduced a slew of benefits compared to the traditional paddle powered ones. The popularity of these pedal kayaks has seen most of the major kayak manufacturers introduce their own models in recent years. However, for many, the question whether to invest in a pedal or paddle kayak is still an important one.  Read More
  • Transporting Your Kayak Safely

    Unless you live right next to a lake or use an inflatable stand up paddleboard for your fishing needs, then transportation is probably something you have had to deal with as a kayak angler. Fortunately, with the right type of vehicle and kayak the task of transporting everything to your favorite fishing spot isn’t too laborious.  Read More
  • Seven Close Encounters While Kayak Angling

    While not as dangerous as skydiving, boxing or rock climbing, as far as hobbies go, kayak angling does come with a certain amount of risk.  Read More
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Interstate State Park

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Location Information

Access Type:
  • Bank Access
  • Boat Ramp
  • Kayak/Canoe Access
Water Type:
  • bass largemouth
  • bass smallmouth
  • carp
  • catfish
  • drum
  • panfish
  • perch
  • pike
  • walleye
Launch Fees:
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St. Croix River, Interstate SPK State Water Access Site is located within Interstate State Park on the beautiful St. Croix River south of Taylor's Falls. Visitors can climb the cliffs of the St. Croix River Dalles, canoe the flat-water, watch kayakers rush through the rapids, or relax on an excursion boat. Visitors to the Park will have to have a Vehicle Pass (usually $5 a day or an Annual is available for return customers).


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Awesome stretch of the River!

This is an awesome and scenic stretch of the St. Croix River. Those wanting to rent a kayak or canoe and/or arrange shuttle service to pick you up and return you to your vehicle can work through Wild Mountain who operate out of the park. I will post a link to their website for those looking for more information: https://www.wildmountain.com/taylors-falls-canoe-kayak-rental.

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