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Will be in East Grand Forks and Crookston area July 31 thru Aug 2 would like info on catfishing in that area.

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small worls.
i was born in marshalltown.
and now i live way up north here.
i am about an hour from each place you are talkin about.
since i have no boat i usually fish the common spots. in GF there are 2 dams. and in Crookston there is one dam.
in GF next to the south dam is a Cabela's. actually it is on the East GF side of the river.
http://www.cabelas-retailstores.com/HomeEGF.html
cabelas sell live bait as does Home of economy and there is a Conoco station down the road.
In crookston there is a bait shop as well. though the name eludes me right now.
ok i found it
Ceason's Bait & Tackle
802 N Broadway
Crookston, MN 56716

home of economy
211 Demers Ave
East Grand Forks, MN 56721
(218) 773-0801

conoco station
926 Central Ave NE
East Grand Forks, MN 56721
(218) 773-4121
i could not find that station listed but this addy is for the burger king across the street.

if ya need more be sure to post
i will try to help if i can.
there are others from the area that might be able to help as well.
Monty

(218) 281-6665

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