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Late bite cats on the Red

Ed Carlson

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Not sure how long it will last but the cats started to feed again since the Red jumped up due to the heavy rains to the South.

It is a slower bite but a bite none the less. For the last Ho-Raw of the cat season this may be it. It could get good? I have seen a late bite stimulated by late rains before and it is a lot like a early spring binge, it can be good.

My bet would be pools near or on dams, especially slower moving large backwaters. Sucker is likely a good bait as it is in the spring early. If you can get your hands on Tullibee, all the better. wink.gif

Worth checking out for the die-hard catters in need of a last fix of the season.

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I did very well on the eye's today, rain and all. 1 over 9 and a bunch of hungry 3-7# Freshwater Drum gobblers. Pitching 5" Sassy Shads on jigs...THUMP!

Not much sniff'n of the bait when the walleye are eating 4-5" Drum by the handful. I hope this new rain does not mess up the bite!

Have you tried the Red Lake River Dam recently? Hit da tribs. wink.gif

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