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The Kitty's are on the chew here on the Central Red, the whole Red River really. I had a client out yesterday and he C&R 7 cats that alone totaled 137 pounds.

Friday we did just about as well, a few over 17# and a 19# with an assortment of Bambie Kitty's. We keep 5 channel cats 19-22" for the table, the rest go back to get bigger and meaner.

The weather is sweet, the company is good, and the fishing is great, what else could a guy ask for?

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Backwater Guiding "ED on the RED"
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I'm ready Bring em On! smile.gif

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Hey Ed i was reading about you and your nuckling thing and gave it a try today.It was funny for a while it was like close encounters of the third kind. First i hit it then it did and it went back and forth for a while until it hit good and landed me my biggest channel to date 14and a 1/4 pounds.
Thanks Ed
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Wiskers

Howdy Ed.

I have been testing out that Knuckling since fishing with Flashman a few weeks ago when I lunked onto that 43 incher. I have found that it works best with tight line and braided vs. mono. That might only be me so far but it seems to work. Knocking on the kitchen door, time for supper....

Good idea buddy.

keep that rod tip up.

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Red River & Minnesota RIver Channel Cats, Flatheads & Walleyes
Crookston, MN
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