Captainbrad

Red River 9-26-18

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The end is near as this weeks weather has the water temperature making is dive to 50 degrees which is generally the end on consistent catfishing. It is not uncommon for this the last week of September or first week of October.

Fishing remains ok with the fish slowing down with the water temperature. Work areas out of the current and sit on spots a little longer again to allow the fish to get in the mood to eat. On nicer afternoons start fishing a little faster as the sun will perk them up for a more feeding. The cold nights have the frogs at a standstill so frozen sucker is again the bait of choice.

This will be the last report of 2018

Photos are from my outing with my boy last weekend in Drayton. We had a great day. Here is his 20 and his triple. Yes, the little turd caught all 3 in the triple while his netman did his job.



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