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scotty B

sheyene meets the red

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Hello i was just wondering how exactly to get to where the sheyene meets the red on the mn side. Also is this private property here?

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The only way to reach that area is by boat, the upside is there is a small guide service there, a place called catch big cats, it's on the ND side, The phone number is 701-484-9395. I haven't tried this guide yet, I've got a small 2 man bass boat that I can literally launch anywhere, I found a small area on the ND side about a half mile or so south of where the sheyenne runs into the red that I plan on dumping my boat in. I'm still a little nervous about going out alone so if your interested in joining me let me know. It is a very secluded area on the red so there has to be some big kitties there cool.gif

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