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Hello there. I am a student in the F-M area. I was wondering if anyone can suggest some shore fishing spots in the area that seem to net good results.

Thanks in advance,
Phillip

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Paul Rohweller

Your probably driving over the best opportunity in the tri state area every day! I was a student and the moneys usually pretty tight. The red river is a tremendous and underfished resource. I would start at the north dam in moorehead and ask eddy over in the red river, ottertail and bois de sioux forums, these are his stomping grounds. Please remember to throw some of those hoggers back! Good luck and good fishing!! Paul

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Deemo

Yep Pauls right the north Dam is a good spot. I used to go on the Moorhead side alot. It has alot of riprap on that side and the walleyes love those huge chunks of concrete... Bring alot of extra jigs that concrete really eats up alot of tackle. Its the price you have to pay to catch them tho they hide there because the current is too strong. Some times try a bit lighter jig and let the current take it naturally to the fish. o ya weekends and nights are bad if u dont like fishing with 20 people but weekday mornings u could have the place to your self!!!! O ya there was a article in the fargo forum a while ago about shore fishing you might be able to find it on their home page... Good luck

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North dam is just north of the 12th AVe toll bridge (its 12th AVE in Fargo, not sure what ave it is in Moorehead), there is a little gravel road that leads to it on the moorhead side just before you get the bridge.

From what I've read and heard, fish are safe to eat out of the Red as long as you're not eating very large, old fish. I usually only keep walleye under 3 lbs and Northern under 5. I've never eaten the cats, just fun to catch.

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Thanks for all the replies. I am actually quite familiar with the Red and Buffalo rivers north of Moorhead. I have been fishing them since I was a pup.

Eating cats outta the Red is no good unless they are small fish caught very early. The mud bottom tend to make the flesh very mushy.

I would also be curious to know any good lake or river spots in the ottertail/becker area from shore.

Thanks for the great replies

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Dano2

I feel pretty stupid , I lived in Moorhead all my life and I have to ask this question.

Where is North Dam?

and most importantly,
Can you eat fish out of the Red?
I thought it was one of the dirtiest poluted rivers around here.

thanks

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