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Anyone know how far by boat from pembina to where twin rivers flow into red a few miles north of golden grain acess?

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I'm not gonna be any help as to how far it is, but I can tell you I have been a long ways south of Pembina and haven't seen it! I'm not sure how far I have went south, but I'm guessing I've went over 15 miles with no sign of it.

Why do you ask? I really have to question if it would be worth the long ride...If it's just to catch Cats, there are other locations that are very good just south of town, no need to go that far, plus the low water would make it an interesting ride. On the other hand, if it's just for fun and exploring, good luck and have fun.

Report how you do when you get back.

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I dunno. However, you could get your answer pretty quickly with Terraserver or Google earth.

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It's about 19-20 miles or so by water, and with the water as low as it is it'd be one slow boat ride, lots of Mussel bars to ground on. As CML mentions there are some great spots closer to town where you should find plenty of action.

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Sorry if I sound stupid here but how far north is "two rivers" from Grand Forks by road? Thanks

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