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Date 17-Apr-14
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Conditions : Grand River: Water Level (Range): -none- Water Type: -none- Fish Reported: Channel Catfish: Fair rising and muddy; channel catfish fair on cut shad and worms; all other species slow.

Reported by: Missouri Dept of Conservation


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About: - Channel catfish are the most sought after fish on Grand River and it’s major tributaries. Any type of cover or deep hole attracts channel catfish. Several baits are effective depending on the time of year. Cut baits such as shad sides or shad gizzards are especially effective in the late winter or early spring. Crayfish, night crawlers, or commercially prepared baits are effective throughout the rest of the year. Fishing with live bait such as goldfish, carp or sunfish may produce a flathead or blue catfish weighing over 30 pounds. Large catfish are caught throughout the river; however, the lower Grand is generally considered trophy waters.
  • Smallmouth Bass
  • Largemouth Bass
  • Channel Catfish
  • Suckers
  • Black Bass
  • Catfish

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