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GlenLeslieEsq

September fishing in Red Cedar River

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Hi all,

I'll be camping in Irvington in mid-September, and I'm wondering if iI should pack the fishing pole and take time out from my bike trip on the Red Cedar Trail to check out the Red Cedar River. I've heard its a bass river, but I'm not sure if they'd be biting in September and if so, what they'd be biting on.

Any advice / comments are welcome. Just getting back into fishing after a long hiatus, so any help is appreciated.

thanks, glen

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Its well worth fishing, not just smallies but walleyes, perch, northerns, catfish, etc. A canoe is ideal but I'd just keep an eye open while biking - look for river bends with deeper pools, timber, small islands with current shoots, pretty much any 'fishy' looking spots.

A silver blade/white tail mepps or blue fox inline is tough to beat for covering water. Rapalas, topwater poppers, and tubes/twisters on jigs also produce. If you have room, pack some crawlers as well.

Beautiful stretch of river, enjoy and good luck.

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