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liphooked

any updates on how the fishing has been near Red Wing? i have heard plastics are catching fish but where are they being caught? at the Y? near the dam? in shallow? any near the highway 63 bridge?

i am looking to venture out on Tuesday the 7th and will update everyone how we do.

hunting for walleyes and saugers.............

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bearplott

Saturday and Sunday were both pretty good. Hair jigs, plastics & blades were all putting fish in the boat. Just keep trying different colors until you find one that works. We caught most of ours up by the dam vertical, but we also picked up some nicer sauger dragging plastics Saturday evening. There were quite a few boats down below the Y both days so I assume that area is producing as well.

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draled

sat sun and today have been ok, but not as good as last weekend!!!! the dam and the y are hitting if you don't care for your paint but only caught saugers bigger sizes with hair jigs went a little south of red wing sun and cought some eyes

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ike's tackle

Try fishing below the Y on the wisc. side. Pitching red w/white tail ring worms on the clam bed. Picked up some nice walleyes on Sat.

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bill0416

Where exactly are the clam beds? Above the green can at the wing dam on the Vermilliom mouth or below it?

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markkstanley

There are several clams beds on the Wisconsin side from the rollerdam on down. Just below the Y until you get even with the green bouy on the Wisconsin side is a community spot that holds walleyes. As the river gets lower this winter you will start to see some of the beds. Just remember the locations or GPS them. The clam beds indicate the presence of current seams and breaks more than anything.

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