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      Minnesota Fishing Report Clubs - ONLY 20 FREE MEMBERSHIPS Per Area - Join Today - FREE   03/08/2018

      Fishing Minnesota has added a new menu item (see above) called Fishing Report Clubs. It's a way to keep the really good fishing reports coming and being shared only with those who also provide detailed fishing reports. We will only approve new members who request to join if they have already posted a recent fishing report in the area forum, associated with the Fishing Report Club area  you want to join. Initially we are going to limit the number of regular memberships, in the Fishing Report Clubs, to the top 20 members in each Club, to those with the best frequency and quality fishing reports provided in the club and less so in the regular fishing report forum open to all members. The higher quality fishing report reserved for the club of course. If  you want see detailed fishing reports/tips  around your area and will share your detailed fishing report as soon as you join, then Join Now! Some of the clubs are starting to fill fast. Use the Fishing Reports Club link in the Menu above (after you've posted a fishing report in the regular area forum) and request to Join.

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I heard they have been catching crappies on the mississippi river. Does anyone know where you might be able to do this around GR from shore. I would like to take my kids out to catch some crappies. Any thoughts?

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Gordon Fothergill

They are currently catching crappies in the Mississippi near the Clay Boswell power plant. It is best to fish this area in a boat but good shore fishing exists also. Take Hwy 2 west from GR to Cohasset, go south on power plant road and look for access signs. Walk west on shoreline near fence to culvert. Enjoy. The hot water discharge attracts various species throughout the year. Currently very good for crappies, gills, buckets and pike.

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