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DaveyJWBL

Red-tailed Creek Chubs

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DaveyJWBL

Does anyone know where red-tailed creek chubs can be found? I am more interested in finding these for fall fishing, but would like to know what I need to do now so I can be prepared.

Thanks in advance!

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Ray Esboldt

Go to Vado's bait in Spring Lake Park. They pretty much always have them.

Now, if you're talking fishing for them, that's a little tougher game. When I've done it and the guys I know that do it regularly, we've used ice flies with a waxie or a single Eurolarve. Find good current and find rocks on a small stream. Bridges work well too. Bring a trap-door bait bucket and your waders, and just start fishing.

I doubt many red-tail fishermen are going to divulge their spots, so you'll need to do your own leg work.

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fishfearme

You are going to have a hard time finding red tail chubs any where in the state right now. Walleye tournament fisherman have grabbed them all up. Small suckers can be just as effective.

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