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liphooked

Red Wing Conditions and Hotel/motel recomendations?

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liphooked

What are the current conditions at Red Wing? water temps? water level? water flow (fast/moderate/slow)?

i am looking to hit the river Friday & Saturday and any updated info this week would be greatly appreciated (and I will publish an update on how we did). Also, any reasonably priced motel/hotels you would recommend in Red Wing (I will have my boat with me) would also be appreciated (does Everts rent out the cabins they have for one night? i would imagine they are booked but one never knows).

"rip some lip"!

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IrishZit

The national weather service posts river conditions that are very accurate.

Everts does rent nightly this time of year. Check them out.

Sully

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liphooked

IrishZit, thanks for the info. i did call Everts but they are booked. Heard some of the bigger fish have started to move up (not many yet but more than what was seen back a few weeks ago).

hitting the water at daybreak (or shortly there after) on Friday.................

see you on the water..

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ike's tackle

There are many hotels / motels in town.

The super 8 is located right next to our bait store. The Parkway is a very inexpensive hotel that a lot of fisherman stay at. You can't beat the price. it usally fills up quickly.

For more information you can call us at the store.

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