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walleyes12

Local Cat Action

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I have been targeting a few cats here and there but with the high water levels its making it tough. I finally caught the first big one of the year the other night. Just wondering how everyone else is doing so far this season for cats??

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Flooded, here in Wahp, I was out on sunday in the boat in the downtown area...I caught one cat 17 in, on a minnow. Other than that nothing much biting. Maybe all this water will make em hungry, after I drink a lot of water I know get hungry. I dont think it will be fishable down here for at least a week.

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The catfishing has been pretty good around Grand Forks. Have been out a few times and always catch cats, most fish have been in the 13-18 pound range.

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