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Flaco651

Campgrounds along the Red?

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Looking at getting up that way sometime this summer and was wondering if theres any good campgrounds on or close to the Red. Planning on chasing some channels.

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Flaco, where are you thinking about? Selkirk, Drayton, Grand Forks, Fargo, Whap areas??? Which one and I'll give you the info I know.

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I don't know...Grand Forks or Fargo area maybe.

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East Grand Forks has a big campground that would only be a minute or two from the closest boat landing & cabelas. There is also a new boat landing on the Grand Forks side about 5-10 minutes away from that campground.

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Thanks UMC, I'll look into those options.

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Flaco, looks like UMC has you covered for the GF/EGF areas.

In Fargo, I'd suggest Lindenwood. That'd give you access to the middle section of the river in town and it would be a short drive to fish the South or North sections.

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Go North....2 campgrounds in Drayton and you'll have miles and miles of river all to yourself, better fishing and no big city traffic!!

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Thanks Scoot and Fisky.

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