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Red River 9-28-16
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From Grand Forks, North Dakota
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Cool nights and only a few warming hours each day have water temps coming down into the 50s this week. This is actually pretty normal for the last week of September so there is nothing to odd here.

The catfish have slowed down over the past few days with this cool off. They are still around to catch. They are hanging near structure, usually on the drop off to the channel right next to it. They are also on the softer side of the current in holes. It seems that longer sit times are in order this week to allow the fish to come out, find and decide to eat the bait.

Sucker seems to be the bait of choice right now. Frogs just have not been getting any attention.

Posted on: 2016/9/28 22:25
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