WHERE THE GRAND DUMPS INTO THE MISSOURI

Discussion in 'MISSOURI RIVERS TALK' started by J_MERROW, Jul 28, 2009.

  1. J_MERROW

    J_MERROW New Member

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    ME AND A BUDDY ARE GOING TO BRUNSWICK WHERE THE GRAND DUMPS INTO THE MISSOURI, NEVER FISHED THAT PART OF THE RIVER BEFORE. CAN ANYONE GIVE US SOME POINTERS ON WHERE TO GO AND ANY CERTAIN BAITS TO BRING OR WHERE WE MIGHT BE ABLE TO NET SOME FRESH BAIT WHEN WE GET THERE. ANY AND ALL INFO WOULD BE HELPFULL. THANKS
     
  2. bluejay

    bluejay Well-Known Member

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    Welcome to the BOC James. Someone from that area should be along soon to help you out.
     

  3. Catmanblues

    Catmanblues New Member

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    James welcome to the BOC. Wishing you luck I am sure someone can help out in this area.
     
  4. bodie

    bodie New Member

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    You have a PM
     
  5. Double L

    Double L New Member

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    welcome to the BOC.
     
  6. MiseryMike

    MiseryMike New Member

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    Welcome to the Boc.
     
  7. jlcperformance

    jlcperformance New Member

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    i fished behind that wing dike right there a couple of weeks ago, didnt have a lot of luck but neither did anybody else. i think the spawn had something to do with that. i would think u would have a good chance of catching some blues off of the end of that dike. quite a bit of current and some deep scour holes. i would take shad, gills, goldfish, bullhead, skipjack, or cut u some carp whatever is easier for u to get. have never had much luck catching shad around there though. good luck and let us know how u do.
     
  8. Rusty

    Rusty Member

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    Welcome to the BOC James. You are talking about my fishing grounds man. What are you going after? flats, channels, blues? if you are after flats or channels I would go up the Grand. If you are after Blues go out on the Mo. Creek Chubs seem to work best for me. On the Grand fish the clay banks for eater cats. Fish the brush for flats. blues fish the current on dike tips. If you have any specific Questions give me a pm. I will try to answer.
     
  9. theonecatfishbob

    theonecatfishbob New Member

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    Welcome aboard James. Lots of good info and some good laughs on this board. :smile2:
     
  10. mcseal2

    mcseal2 Active Member

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    I am heading out on the Grand with a buddy of mine from Brookfield this weekend looking to find a big flathead. I will let you know if we do any good. Is the water still deep enough to get around upstream of Sumner with a boat?
     
  11. J_MERROW

    J_MERROW New Member

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    THANKS LET ME KNOW HOW U DO WE ARE GOING NEXT WEEKEND SO ANY TIPS WILL HELP
     
  12. J_MERROW

    J_MERROW New Member

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    THANKS
     
  13. J_MERROW

    J_MERROW New Member

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    MISSOURI
    THANK YOU
     
  14. mcseal2

    mcseal2 Active Member

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    We caught a lot of gar and turtles last night, trying again tonight. Also managed to catch 5 small flathead and a 5lb channel. We turned them all back. The river is real shallow and would be tough at best for an outboard. Anyone else have any luck?
     
  15. mcseal2

    mcseal2 Active Member

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    We ended the weekend with 6 flathead and 4 channel, biggest channel about 6lbs and biggest flat around 14. It was tough fishing with the cold weather. We also caught 5 gar and 2 turtles, the cold didn't seem to bother them much. Last night we caught 3 channel in the evening and the 14lb flat right after dark, then nothing the rest of the night. I didn't figure the fishing would be great due to the weather, but I go anyway when I have the time.