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Red River 9-15-16
Pro Staff
Joined:
06/13/2005
From Grand Forks, North Dakota
Posts: 2292
The fall bite is on and thanks to the Drayton Dam being under water there are tons of huge fish in the Grand Forks area. These fish are running the current seams and hanging out in the mid river holes. The cooler mornings you will want to sit on spots a little longer but as the day goes on you can get back to moving every 15-20 minutes to stay on fish. Watch the time of the first catch to determine sit times. Bait is pretty much anglers choice but I would bring it all to find what the fish prefer on a given day. Frozen sucker has done well over the past week.

SIDE NOTE: I had a great trip Wednesday and it ended just in time get to school for the boy. I pulled up with the boat still hooked up. The kid asked if we were going fishing and I still had some bait so YEAH, lets go. We fished two hours and kicked butt. Little turd got 2-18s and a 21. Almost got run over by a cottonwood too.

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Posted on: 2016/9/15 10:13
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