Jump to content
  • GUESTS

    If You  want access  to member only forums on FM, You will need to Sign-in or  Sign-Up now .

    This box will disappear once you are signed in as a member.

  • Connect, BE BRAVE - We Share Fishing Reports & Outdoor Information Here


      Fishing Report Clubs - Make Your Own "Post Your Thoughts" - Leave YOUR mark, make each place you visit "a little better"!

      Join the Minnesota Fishing Report Club, where only club members see detailed info that is shared. CLICK HERE to join.

      Have Fun!!!

Joe

Crookston & Thief River Fall fishing reports

Recommended Posts

Joe

Post your fishing reports for the crookston area here. evryone is welcome to post here!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
kstruck

A quick little Maple Lake report here. I was out on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. I am not from the area, as I was visiting a buddy in Grand Forks, but Maple was the nearest lake. I think I fished by what would be considered the inlet, where the mass of houses is by what looks like a park. Anyways, it was on the northeast corner of the lake.

Had brought crappie minnows and waxies. Crappies wanted nothing to do with the waxies. On Tuesday I caught a total of 10 crappies in the eating range of 9-10", about three other ones that were too small. Best time was between 4:30-5. On Wednesday I came out with two other buddies, the only consistent bite happened between 5 and 5:15. Did pull a nice 11" perch at about 2, then nothing till 5 o'clock. All fish were caught on jigging spoons or plain hook deadsticks. Would see 5 or 6 fish on vexilar for every bite, they would follow the lure up but not bite.

Good Luck!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Joe

nice report Kstruck

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Tully

How thick was the ice? I am heading over there this afternoon should be there about 4. Anyone else going out?

Tully

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Groslie17

What are the best lures and bait?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Tully

Got out on Maple 2/6/09 about 4:45 and fished until 8:00. Caught 6 nice crappies, beautiful day, just sat on a bucket outside. I missed a few and had several come up and just not bite.

Tully

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Pollster

We were on Maple on Sat. 2/7/09 and fished from 12:30 - 8:00pm. Saw fish on the electronics, but only got one taker. Fish would look for long periods of time but no bites. Threw everything but the kitchen sink at them. Still a bad day fishing is still better then a good day a work...

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
CatManLee

Fished Maple Lake on Saturday from about 4:00pm till 10:00pm. Targeting Crappies and Panfish we used both plastics and minnows, with plastics jigged or bounced at a fairly good pace out producing the minnows and other slower approaches.

Water temperature was 48-49 on the main lake with the shallow bays reading 51-53, depending on the location, depth and bottom type.

We headed out avoiding the mass of anglers all crowded in the one and only bay they thought fish could be caught in crazy and went off to find our "own" fish... It took a while to locate some fish, but after an hour or so of probong different areas along the shore line we found a spot with a few fish on it.

Once deciding that we were gonna fish this spot we dropped anchor and stayed put for the rest of the evening, making as little noise as possible and slowly we started catching more and more fish, eventually catching one after the other over and over. We eventually kept our limit (20) of the biggest Crappies we could catch 10-11" and kept 16 nice sized pan fish besides...then had a great fish fry.

All in all we easily caught over a hundred fish...I know we released atleast 3-4 times as many as we kept. Some fish were pretty small, but it was really fun anyways. I don't have exact numbers, but we caught 20 or so bass, a bunch of Crappies, even more pan fish, and a couple of small Walleyes to boot...And best of all, we had the place all to ourselves, there wasn't another boat in site the whole time with the exception of a few driving by! Awsome. laugh

Time of day didn't seem to matter too much, we caught fish steadily right up till we left at round 10:00pm.

On a side note, the Carp and Suckers are really going good down on the Red Lake River here in town. I was down a couple of times for just a couple of hours and had steady action both times with non stop bites fishing along the shore line in the shallower slower moving water.

Well that's my report, hoefully I'll have a good Walleye report for ya'll after the first day of opener here in Thief River Falls.

Talk to you later.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
lovebigbluegills

Who will be sticking around the Thief River Falls area for opener?

Anybody plan on starting at midnight?

I don't plan on fishing too hard this coming weekend, as I've got alot of other stuff to get done too. But I was thinking I'd try the west side below the dam for an hour or so after midnight, then during the course of the weekend, hit a few spots on the Thief north of town.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
CatManLee

Yep, I'll be down there for the opener at midnight tonight... although I'm not to sure the late night bite is gonna be all that good this year. We'll see, I haven't had a chance to test that theory yet, but the water is still a little more stained than I would like for night fishing?

Who knows maybe I'll have my limit by 1:00am like last year.

Talk to you later. Good luck... grin

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Matt Breuer

So... how did you guys do?

I'll be back home over Memorial Weekend more than likely... up to the cabin for some quad riding, and I'll probably dip a minny or two as well...

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
CatManLee

Sorry for the late reply, but I pretty much stunk it up! frown I managed to catch a few (3) small Walleyes on opening night, 2 measuring around 12" and 1 right around 14"...all released. I also caught too many Rock Bass to count, all were absolutely huge though, so it wasn't all bad, but still.

I ran out of minnows at about 2:00am, losing a majority of them to missed fish and the others to poor casts in the dark! grin

Besides the 3 walleye I did land, I had a couple of other "good" fish on, but they weren't hooked good enough to land...Not sure what they were, but they felt bigger than the big rock bass I was catching, and one broke the surface a ways out that I know wasn't a rock bass anyways.

All in all, it was o.k. as far as having action the entire time, but couldn't seal the deal and bring in enough keepers to bring home.

The first two walleyes and most of the rock bass were caught right below the dam on the east side, with the 14" walleye being caught below the little island area just down from the dam, along with the other "bigger" fish that got off.

I tried half heartedly for a couple of hours during the day on Saturday and Sunday with no success at some of my other typical "good spring spots" down river from the dam, so where are they? Hmmmmm....

So, I guess it wasn't really good for me, but once the river levels off and the water temps come up a bit...game on!

Good luck... wink

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
lovebigbluegills

Sorry for the late report. I didn't make it out at midnight as I had hoped. I did make it out for a couple hours on Saturday and Sunday. I fished up the Thief River a ways, and caught a few northerns and a couple smaller walleyes (10 and 12 inches). Nothing to write home about, but getting out fishing beats doing most other things.

Good luck when you're home Matt, maybe I'll see you out on the river somewhere.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Joe

No one is fishing? Little help here guys.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
CANOPY SAM

Hey Joe. Steven's Point WI.? Are you headed over here to fish?

Folks in this part of the country are kinda tight lipped about the bite. Add this to the fact that we don't have much for fishable water between here and Crookston, and there just isn't much chatter.

An hour north of here we have Lake of the Woods. That's where a good majority of the folks in our area do their winter fishing.

Come spring, after the flood waters recede, and the fishing opener gets rolling, you'll see a little more banter on here about local fishing reports.

Myself, I'm seriously giving some thought to running a little Red Lake River Float Guiding service this year. We've got pretty terrific smallmouth, and catfish in our river here, along with good numbers of walleyes in high water years. I'd like the chance to make a little fun money while taking people out on the river.

Perhaps you're interested???

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
jense822

Hey Guys! Welcome to Spring river 2010! I am on the RLR in Crookston and just wondering if people have been finding any catfish action around the area yet?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
jense822

Hello again! I was out on the 14th and got into some nice 3-4# channels in Crookston! it is very exciting I hope I get that big one this year laugh

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
jense822

I am but it seems like this thread is a little dusty!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
JediTrav

Yea this place is a little dusty so I figured I better create another account seeing as I forgot my old password and stuff. I've been fishing in the Crookston area.... mostly in town been hittin the small channels pretty good... I caught five one night and a buddy caught one decent 6 or 7 pounder. I've been tryin a few places out of town and have yet to find a good spot outside of town...

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Spearing Machine

Hey Guys, going to be working this summer up at Agassiz and wondering what the fishing is like at Thief Lake or if there is any other small holes around for fishing. I am willing to drive an hour or two as well. If you don't want to respond to this thread feel free to email me at jeremymaslowski at yahoo dot com.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
J_D

Hayes Lake SP is not too far away. I have tried it a couple of times with very little luck though.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
CatManLee

Thief Lake as far as I know...doesn't have a fishery so to say. The Red Lake River in Thief River Falls south of town, and the Thief River north of town are good enough if you give it a good going over. Plus Lake of the Woods, The Red River of the North, Red Lake, etc... Are all an hour or two of drive time away.

Good luck.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
ArneRantanenJr

if the waters highenough you can fish at the farms pool outlet, or even further down that ditch as it empties into the river. Otherwise down at the dam in trf can be good at times.

There used to be some northerns and suckers out at thief lake, but unfortunately the dnr for some stupid reasons decided to poison the lake and kill off all the fish so there is nothing left there.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
brunic

Anyone have any luck lately? im looking for anythign that bites

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Fishwonk

Does anyone fish here anymore?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Maplebay

Fished maple tonight cought 3 nice eyes and had some crappie fun as well 81/2 inches of ice. The only thing bad was the house next to me was so loud it sounded like they were having a party. Some people just don't know when to keep it down. Oh well it was still a good day on the lake.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
lovebigbluegills

Sounds like pretty good fishing Maplebay, approximately where were you on the lake? I'm not looking for a spot, just wondering about the ice. I usually fish over by the outlet, and occasionally around breezy point.

I'll be headed up to lake of the woods on saturday, but thinking hard about hitting maple on sunday for some crappies for my grand-daughter to eat.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
TyGuy02

fishing not posting! There's people fishing, as evidenced by the fishhouses out on the lakes already! I thought I was going to have the snowmobile tomorrow and have ANY number of lakes to try, but nope. Maybe I'll borrow my in-laws and try island lake. I never had much luck there this summer, but I'll give it a try. I had better luck there last year than anyone I talked to, but you never know until you get out there!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
lovebigbluegills

Without a doubt, I prefer to be out fishing as opposed to posting on here. There are a number of reasons I asked about current ice conditions down there.

First, Maple is just over 50 miles from where I live, not in my back yard.

Secondly, as I'm sure you know, ice thicknesses vary quite drastically especially this year.

Third, I wasn't looking for any particular spot (I have my own spots I like to fish down there), just any unsafe ice conditions he may have noticed (i.e. drilled a hole and found only 3 inches of ice).

Good luck fishing, and maybe I'll see you down on one of the smaller lakes in your area this winter.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
TyGuy02

Made it out to a local lake today...

full-31888-4311-086_2.jpg

The biggest northern had a treble hook sticking out the side through the stomach, and another in the stomach! Must've been one of those quick-strike rigs.

-The lake I was on only still had 5 inches of good/clear ice and 3 inches of white ice.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.
Note: Your post will require moderator approval before it will be visible.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Restore formatting

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.




  • Similar Content

    • LakeofthewoodsMN
      By LakeofthewoodsMN
      On the south end...  Lots of limits of nice walleyes this week with plenty of larger slot fish (19.5" - 28") and trophy walleyes (over 28").  Schools of fish all around the lake.  From the Lighthouse and Morris Point Gap area which is adjacent to Pine Island to Zippel Bay to reefs and mud near Long Point and Rocky Point all producing.  Garden Island area also holds nice schools of walleyes.  The go to presentation is pulling spinners with crawlers or leeches at 1.0 - 1.3 mph.  Some anglers are doing well trolling crankbaits as well on lead core line or downriggers.  Nice schools of walleyes also staged over deep mud.  Some fish are shallow, 7- 15', other fish holding in 23 - 31'.  Hammered gold, gold/glow, pink, and orange hot colors this week.      
      On the Rainy River...   Sturgeon anglers catching some good fish as the season opened on July 1st.  Fishing holes in the river with a 3 ounce no roll sinker and sturgeon rig loaded with crawlers and/or frozen shiners.   Nice smallies in rocky areas.  Pike are also active cruising weedy bays, bay mouths and current breaks.  Walleyes hanging out on flats and can be caught with crawler harnesses or trolling crankbaits.
      Up at the NW Angle...  Until the US / Canada border opens, guests can travel across the lake staying and fishing in MN waters.  There are shuttle services available and fishing for multi species has been excellent.  Check with your favorite NW Angle resort for options.  
      Excellent fishing for walleyes, pike and bass continue.  Schools of walleyes on structure, over sand and on mud.  Nice walleyes 8 - 17' on the sand or 25 - 28' around structure.  The best presentation is drifting and trolling spinners with crawlers or a minnow.  Pike and smallmouth bass active in weedy bays.  Bucktails for pike retrieved slow working well.  


    • Sunset Lodge
      By Sunset Lodge
      7.6.20 Sunset Lodge Fishing Report
       
      Minnesota Lake of the Woods Walleye action continues in less than 10’ casting Rapala’s, floating leeches or pulling crawlers in rocks and sand bays. Walleye are also showing back up on classic structure including points and main lake reefs. Trolling deep diving Rapala’s has been producing very large pike and slot walleye in 12 to 18 ft. of water.
       
      Lake of the Woods Musky opener was successful in shallow, weeded areas. With one over 50” boated and the rare 49.5” as well as many mid 40” fish.
       
      With water temps increasing into the high 70’s this week, Rock areas are heating up. Smaller bass sized baits and blades have been favored by these toothy critters. Current musky anglers are seeing up to 10 fish a day!

    • Little Blueberry
      By Little Blueberry
      any current musky info?  Looking for new water since can’t get to LOW.
    • tacklejunkie
      By tacklejunkie
      I haven't seen any reports locally this year. The other forums all have updated reports. 
    • Bryan P
      By Bryan P
      Got out on Fathers day with the Kayak down the Mississippi River for some good ole Smallmouth Bass action. River was low which made a great float and the smallies were hungry! They just couldn't resist the wacky worm once again. We have such an amazing fishery here in MN, glad to call this state home.  Enjoy. 
       
       
    • Joe
      By Joe
      The Leech Lake walleyes are on the move and our guides have been chasing them! With a recent fly hatch and some heat moving in this week has been a grind but we are still finding limits. A few keys to putting fish in the boat have been the location, the presentation and the wind.
       
      Most of our fish have been on Sucker bay and the main lake. Duck point, Ottertail point and Stoney point have all been good and putting out fish. We have been focusing on the 11-14 feet of water and covering ground has been important. Both Duck and Ottertail points have nice break lines that top out around 8 and bottom at 20, which, is what we have been focusing on. Try to run your boat along the break line and make note of where the fish tend to be. If they are on the top of the break fish there and likewise for the deeper water.
       
      Our presentation of choice, when the wind allows it, has been bottom bouncers with spinners. Gold, pink and white, and green have all been getting the Leech Lake walleye guide fish in the boat. Try to run these at 1.3-1.8 mph with just enough line out to “bounce off the bottom.”
       
      The wind has been a nice advantage the past few days. Use the wind to push your boat along the desired path for a nice easy drift. As stated above the places we have been focusing on are actually in the same area but with different layouts. this allows you to make sure you are fishing in the waves and not in flat calm water. As you may know, leech is very clear so on a flat calm and sunny day it can be tough. Find the waves and find the action.
       
      We do still have some openings for July yet. Give us a call to see what we have open. https://leechlakeguideservice.com

      Dennis Carlson with his Biggest walleye 27 inches. Caught on a green spinner rig
    • MNredneck
      By MNredneck
      I was looking to go sturgeon fishing on the st croix river, what parts of the river hold a fish-able population of sturgeon. i was hoping to be near st croix or wild river state parks.
    • Bmiller1981
      By Bmiller1981
      Hey everyone,
      Normally I don’t ask for help but I’ve been skunked last three summers on Side lake / Sturgeon Lake Chain for walleye.  I’ve spent most time on Big Sturgeon and Side for eyes but have come up short. I’m heading up for a long weekend and hoping to change my luck with some advice.  I’d appreciate anything as it’s been a grind... thanks !!
    • LakeofthewoodsMN
      By LakeofthewoodsMN
      On the south end...  The lake just keeps producing walleyes.  Good fishing in numerous spots across the south shore, near the Lighthouse and Morris Point Gaps in 8-10' and around Garden Island.  Big numbers of walleyes also staged over deep mud in 25 - 31'.  Most anglers drifting or trolling harnesses (spinners) with crawlers or leeches.  Hammered gold is hard to beat but glow, pink, chartreuse and orange are also popular in the stained water.  Some fish are still being caught jigging on structure or rock to mud transitions.  Anglers catching plenty of eater walleyes along with good numbers of saugers.  Larger slot fish (19.5-28") along with trophy walleyes over 28" being caught often.    
      On the Rainy River...   Sturgeon anglers looking forward to sturgeon fishing reopening on July 1st.  Big numbers of sturgeon await.   No roll sinkers and sturgeon rigs along with crawlers and frozen shiners available locally.  Smallmouth bass in rocky areas, around bridges and current breaks.  Pike are also active cruising weedy bays, bay mouths and current breaks.  Both species don't get much attention and are present in good numbers.  Walleyes hanging out in 20-25'.
      Up at the NW Angle...  Until the US / Canada border opens, guests can travel across the lake and stay in MN waters.  Check with your favorite NW Angle resort for options.  
      Walleye fishing is worth the trip.  Schools of walleyes on structure, over sand and on mud.  Most fish showing up in 8 - 14' or 26 - 28'.  The best presentation is drifting and trolling spinners with crawlers or a minnow.  Pike and smallmouth bass active in weedy bays.  There are hundreds around the Angle.  Try a spinnerbait or spoon. 


    • JBMasterAngler
      By JBMasterAngler
      Just got back from our annual Grand Marais trip. Fishing was pretty good, despite this being the latest in the month I’ve ever been up there. This year was always planned to be a camping trip, but because several of the campgrounds are still closed (including the one I planned to stay at), I luckily was able to get a spot on Flour Lake. Weather was darn near perfect the whole week. We setup camp slower than expected, so we got a really late start on West Bearskin. Only caught 5 bass. But I didn’t fish any of the normal spots I hit. 
       
      Tuesday, we fished Hungry Jack Lake. Holy cow was the resort a zoo! I’ve never seen that place so busy! Which is good...those guys have always been really good to us. Kids caught a bunch of sunnies off the dock. Bass fishing was normal. There were still a few late bloomers on beds. Caught about 35 fish, including a 19.5, 19, and 18.75 inch smallies. Also caught a skinny 20 inch walleye. 
       
      Wednesday we fished our favorite, Greenwood Lake. We caught 100 bass. Mostly the typical small ones, but my son landed a 16.75 incher, which was his personal best. Also caught 1 little northern. Never caught one out of here for 25+ years. Now, ever since we caught the first one a few years ago, we always catch at least one every time we fish here. Lakers have moved away from the shallows. I marked a lot of them, but I didn’t get any to bite.
       
      Thursday was Loon Lake. Caught about 35 fish. They were tiny as usual, but for some reason my son’s favorite fish is rock bass, so he was happy to catch a bunch of them. I caught a 30 inch pike. Had several more follows from pike of similar size. Decided to go for a drive up the trail after fishing, instead of going back to camp. Good decision! We saw a moose and a lynx!
       
      Wanted to fish Two Island on our way home, but it just didn’t work out. Things in town were a mess! Between the road construction, and the coronavirus, it just wasn’t the same fun atmosphere. Unfortunately, it looks like the road construction will be even worse next year. Oh well, we still had fun. As always, wished the trip lasted longer.
       













  • Your Responses - Share & Have Fun :)

    • Poutwhacker
      We bring a weather and an FM radio. Cell phone coverage is sporadic, but you can find a signal almost anywhere (but usually it originates from Canada). Bad weather can come in a hurry, so it is nice to be able to know what is coming in advance.
    • Grainbelt
      Do you know anyone who reloads? Ammo has been bought up with the civil unrest currently going on.
    • BirchPtMike
      I would agree with James about tough bite. The last few days have been tough. You wont see those mayflies in Big Bay, because they all hatched last week. We have had high heat no wind to go with mayflies,then fish flies so I think that explains the problem. It will get better soon as minnows become primary food source for eyes. Wont see you out there for a while as I have to leave for a week. Good Luck !!
    • monstermoose78
      Lots of people looking just no posts
    • Wishin4Walleyes
      Unfortunately this forum has gone really quiet. All lake superior users moved to the Facebook group:(
    • Muskies
    • ManBearPig
      I may not get a chance to fish Leech before this fall, but I still really liked reading your report Joe.  Thank you for posting.
    • ManBearPig
      One more question about communication and weather alerts on eastern Rainy Lake.   We could occasionally get  an AT&T signal, especially after we had signed up for the Canadian signal.  We were about 16 miles east of the visitor center, and at the Kemp Channel entrance.  The signal strength kinda depended on weather conditions and time of day.   I am looking at the possibility of getting a weather alert radio.  It states:  Public Alert Certified Weather Radio, Receives all 7 NOAA Weather Channel and Reports.  It is also an AM/FM radio.  Does this actually work in the mid-lake area, or would you recommend something different?
    • james_walleye
      Ive been up since Friday. Until today ive been out in short stints hour here or there each day. Sometimes just graphing areas looking for pods of fish. I caught a few fish each time but considering the thick pods I fished it was tough to get them to go. This morning I finally got out and hit it a bit harder. Ive had zero luck dragging lindys through these fish. Ive gone to camping on them with slip bobbers and leeches. 15-18 feet. The bite definitely hinges on getting some wave action from the wind and that's been tough to come by. There was a window this morning where it was an alright chop and I was able to get 4 in that 14.5-16" range. I tossed back a couple that were about 19 3/4. I'd rather eat a 15" personally. But again I was on carpets of fish and it was pick one off here and there. I fished 4 different reefs for those fish. Lots of Fish flies. So annoying. I did not see substantial evidence of any may flies. I'll be up most of the next 10 days. I'd think there bite would pick up soon. 
    • LakeofthewoodsMN
      On the south end...  Lots of limits of nice walleyes this week with plenty of larger slot fish (19.5" - 28") and trophy walleyes (over 28").  Schools of fish all around the lake.  From the Lighthouse and Morris Point Gap area which is adjacent to Pine Island to Zippel Bay to reefs and mud near Long Point and Rocky Point all producing.  Garden Island area also holds nice schools of walleyes.  The go to presentation is pulling spinners with crawlers or leeches at 1.0 - 1.3 mph.  Some anglers are doing well trolling crankbaits as well on lead core line or downriggers.  Nice schools of walleyes also staged over deep mud.  Some fish are shallow, 7- 15', other fish holding in 23 - 31'.  Hammered gold, gold/glow, pink, and orange hot colors this week.       On the Rainy River...   Sturgeon anglers catching some good fish as the season opened on July 1st.  Fishing holes in the river with a 3 ounce no roll sinker and sturgeon rig loaded with crawlers and/or frozen shiners.   Nice smallies in rocky areas.  Pike are also active cruising weedy bays, bay mouths and current breaks.  Walleyes hanging out on flats and can be caught with crawler harnesses or trolling crankbaits. Up at the NW Angle...  Until the US / Canada border opens, guests can travel across the lake staying and fishing in MN waters.  There are shuttle services available and fishing for multi species has been excellent.  Check with your favorite NW Angle resort for options.   Excellent fishing for walleyes, pike and bass continue.  Schools of walleyes on structure, over sand and on mud.  Nice walleyes 8 - 17' on the sand or 25 - 28' around structure.  The best presentation is drifting and trolling spinners with crawlers or a minnow.  Pike and smallmouth bass active in weedy bays.  Bucktails for pike retrieved slow working well.  
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue.