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Mike L    0
Mike L

anybody ventured out east from Crookston?

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Wiskers    1
Wiskers

As far as I know, people are going both dirrections and having luck... get away from the crowds and get to a fresh area and they are finding fish, and many of them. The last spot I was at I was seeing several hundred fish a day, Cats, Sheeep head and walleyes and pike. I still can not get the cats to bite thought or the sheep head. My goal is to find out what stimulates these cats to eat under the ice.

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mrwalleye_13    0
mrwalleye_13

So i fished it like a half mile before it dumps into the red and we apparently werent out to the late late night bite they have there so didnt catch crap... I am going to venture over to the crookston area.. Approzimately where can i access this river... and is there a dam or rapids or something i should be aware of? What side should i be on i know nothing about rivers basically.. fish lakes mostly.. thanks if anyone can help that out

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Mike L    0
Mike L

In town, there's public access in Central Park behind the library just off Hwy 2. Just zero in on the old Cathedral spires.

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mrwalleye_13    0
mrwalleye_13

So what do you use (bait/lure) to get these river eyes?

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mrwalleye_13    0
mrwalleye_13

Anyone... any tips on your river?

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Cat_Killer    0
Cat_Killer

yeah,

move away from the crowds. There are a few good spots upstream from the park. Usually catch them from 5pm-8pm on red glow jigs, or blue in 8-10 feet of water. watch for slush spots on the ice.

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Mike L    0
Mike L

I like flash lures, with a tail hooked minnow.

Up-stream from the park, there a a number of rather straight sections of river that are real shallow and not worth driling holes. I own a bit of land on the river east of town on a straight section of about 200 yards. 3 feet of ice and one foot of water on Sunday. frown.gif

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