access-list 101 permit ip any [dest of your static route] [inverse of dest mask] log
access-list 101 permit ip any any
Then apply 'ip access-group 101 out' to the outbound interface that your static route uses. Technically, the ACL will be hit every time your static route is hit. I'm assuming the admin distances are left as default, and your static is not a floating static route.
Not pretty, but it may achieve what you're looking to do.
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