Red River (North)


Formed by the confluence of the Bois de Sioux and Otter Tail rivers in the United States, it flows northward through the Red River Valley and forms the border between the U.S. states of Minnesota and North Dakota before continuing into Manitoba, Canada. At

Red River (North) | 5/10/18

will be coming through fargo around june 12th,have never fished there before,usually go to drayton,was wondering if someone could tell me where any boat launches are or maybe a spot to shore fish,names would be appreciated,not familiar with the area,thanks for any help.

Red River (North) | 5/13/16

Went out at 6pm. Got back at 11:30. No bites until 10 o'clock. Then the catfishing was fast and furious. 1 15 incher, 3lber, 5lber, and an 8lber. Cut goldeye seemed to work pretty good. All in all fun night. Fish fry tomorrow!! Oh, goldeye are biting like crazy on a bobber and nightcrawlers.

Red River (North) | 5/8/16

Fished the Red River on 5 May, Used cut Sukers for bait, fished a lot of differnt structure and water. Cats were beign very picky, not hammering the baits.  Finnaly found then on the edge of the current, got a few kitties, with a 19lb and 17lb as the tops for the day.  Also got one sheepshead...



Red River (North) | 4/3/16

lemme try and resurect this forum. ive been out twice so far this year. didnt get skunked either time. nothing huge. between the two trips (last sunday and tuesday) we caught sheephead, carp, one 2lb cat(delicious), and abunch of 8-10 inch kittens. waters pretty low  slow and cold. hopefully in the next couple weeks thing will improve. We used crawlers. The second trip out i used the last of my crawlers. once they were gone i switched to cutbait and didnt get a bite. dont let that discourage you. A friend of mine caught a nice cat on cut goldeye so maybe there's hope. good luck all!


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