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ivegottabite

Fargo Boys, where you at???

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ivegottabite

Just wondering where all the Fargo boys are at? I got out Saturday with the misses and we caught around a half dozen or so cats. Biggest were 2 at 9.5lbs, so nothing huge. We were using cut sucker for bait. The fish did seem to be on the finicky side, but we hooked up on a few.

Scoot, have you been out lately?

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hanson

Workin' the cat addiction pretty good I see Lauren. grin.gif

We'll have to get you down to the cities one of these days and spend a couple nights hunting flatheads. Then you'll know what shaky knees and adrenaline is all about. When the clicker goes, you don't know if its a 10 pounder or if you're setting the hook into something you can't turn.

If its any consolation, the channel cat bite was really finicky Saturday night in the cities as well.

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hadanooner

i have been fishing the fargo area the last couple weeks. I have not put much together for numbers but we have mahaged quite a few nice fishi in the 12-15 pound range. I have been working the south side mostly. Nooner

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ivegottabite

nooner-sounds like you've been hitting the same stretch as me. i have been out pretty sporadically though. might be getting out here later in the week. if you see a guy in a old red lund with a 25 johnny on the back, don't be afraid to introduce yourself.

i'm always looking for a fishing partner in the boat as well.

hanson-i would really enjoy tangling with one of those green monsters down your way. just might have to line something up, don't know if it will happen this season though crazy.gif i've been itchin to get to gf lately too, but it just hasn't worked out there either.

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limitedout

We were out north of moorhead friday and saturday and we found pretty finicky fish as well. We did catch some fish with one 17lber and 2 snappers. We tried sucker and goldeye which were biting pretty good. If you see my black ranger please stop for a cool one and visit.

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WalleyeGod

Scoot free for awhile. Down under chasing kangaroos or something until late next week.

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Ed Carlson

Kermits are HOT guys. I put 3 doz in the kittys choppers on jigs in 2 hours. They stompped them hard......(It ain't easy being Green...Eh).

Kirmits outdid everything else for me on this end. No walleye on the same spots...just yet...but soon I think they will be chowing down Kirmits as well.

Now to find enough hoppers to fill them hungry mouths, that is the trick.

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Scoot

Thanks for the update on me, WalleyeGod. Yep, I had to go to Australia for work for a little while- pretty rough! grin.gif

I had gotten out a few times before I left- been doing good. A buddy of mine has been doing really well over the past week. Tougher bite by day and much better in the evening and night. Like Ed said, froggies have been the ticket for him too.

I haven't done well with it, but I know Ed knocks em pretty good with standup jigs and frogs this time of year (as he said). Good for both walleyes and cats. I've scraped up a few walleyes with this technique in the fall. Man, you don't know how hard a walleye can hit until they smoke a frog on a short line! Kaaboooom! Speaking of this, Ed, if you want to get out and do a little of this, give me a shout. I haven't seen or heard from you in a while...

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WalleyeGod

Scoot, welcome back their Matey. I hope you didn't leave Ross down under by himself. He is the original IP man you

know. Any Roo sightings ? They have walleyes, catfish or muskie in Australia?

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Scoot

I'm afraid we did leave Ross Down Under. I think he gets back on Sat. I hope the trip home goes better for him than me- wow! That's one killer of a ride home. Took me a couple days to come out of my coma.

Unfortunately no walleyes, smallies, or muskies. Lots of baramundi (whatever the heck that is- but it tastes good). No roo sitings, but I saw bats as big as bald eagles (believe it or not, I'm serious on that one). Saw cookabura, crocs, koala, and a dozen other cool looking critters I have no idea what they are. Lots of fun!

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WalleyeGod

The Croc Hunter had to be the big news I suspect. It rained over the holiday weekend here, which was a good thing/bad thing. Had lawn seeding to do on one hand but it was nice to get the flow going on the red some. Do you have the website for Lockport flow?

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Scoot

Yes, I suspect you do to? Not sure what to expect this fall up there. Not sure if I'll be there to make a difference anyway...

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