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Minnesota Fishing Reports

Red River 9-13-17
Pro Staff
From Grand Forks, North Dakota
Posts: 2342
Catfishing the Red remains fair. The lack of current has the catfish spread out meaning you have to keep moving the baits and keeping it fresh to locate active fish. The good news to that is that in finding a pattern they are hanging out on the off current side of the river with recent small fronts that have gone through. Sit times have been fairly short with the warm week at 15-20 minutes.

Baits remain that same frogs and frozen sucker with a little bit of a liking for fresh sucker again.

The forecast going into the weekend is for fall. We will be experiencing some quickly falling water temps over the next week and that can slow fish down. Stay on the off current side of the river and work the shallows more than you normally would. Be prepared to adjust sit time longer of 20-30 minutes should the temps fall more than six or seven degrees or more. Water temperature right now is 70.

Posted on: 2017/9/13 16:43
Capt. Brad Durick
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