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Discussion in 'MINNESOTA LAKES / RESERVOIRS TALK' started by Fishmaster1203, Jul 31, 2008.
Hello from Georgia
Yep were here, just busy fishing.:big_smile:
Ditto.... What he said.
Hey Larry why don't you enter some of them awesome flats into the BOC hall of fame. There's no one in the minnesota area for flats yet.
Good idea, on the list to do.
Nice to hear from you. What is the record Flathead up there?
Catfish, Flathead: 70 pounds, length not available, St. Croix River (Washington County), 1970.
St Croix I believe runs along the border between Minnesota and Wisconsin until it runs into the Mississippi.
Info taken from Minnesota DNR website.
Come on up! June is nice up here.
I would like to know if anyone knows of good places to go near Milaca, MN for some good cats?:confused2:
Randy, I'd say try the snake river or any lakes that are in the system of the snake.
I've fished the snake a few times (from pokegema) with small cat results, though I have heard stories of hogs being pulled from there.:wink:
After all the snake dumps into the st.croix and I know they are in the croix.
Thanks.....need a fishing buddy sometime?
I am about to have a "B-Day" on Sunday and the wife said I could do what ever I wanted.....guess what I asked to do? hehehe:wink:
Anyways....where is a good spot to go in MN I might expect to get some cats? I am willing to travel and the store is not an option, (that was what my wife said), she only likes fresh catfish.:cool2:
Thanks in advance....
Minnesota is full of good spots!
For channels the red is probably the best then the st.croix and also the horse shoe chain of lakes in the richmond/coldspring area and of cousre the mississippi and the minnesota rivers are all good.
For flats the minnesota, mississippi and the lower st.croix.
I'm sure there are more, I even heard a few lakes in the cities were being stocked with channels now.