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I read a post, but I can't find it now. It said suckers were piling up in the river at Chatfield. Today my friend and I walked past the pond, took a left, and finally found the water. I never knew it flowed that nicely through there. The water was very muddy, but I thought on a clear-water day it would be very fishy. Are there any fish in there? Also, how can I find and catch the suckers in there? Should I just keep throwing a cast net or drift worms or what?
 

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You can use a net to take suckers, but night crawlers are always the way I do it.
 
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just drift a nightcrawler through the current with a bobber, without? the water ws moving pretty fast, does this matter? also i didnt see any, can u see them or just toss a worm? sorry i have never done this before
 
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