New Albin Big Lake
Amenities at New Albin Big Lake include:
|The Missouri River at Decatur, Nebraska is at 21.79ft. /32,600 cfs./74 degrees fahrenheit. The Missouri River is up .16 feet from last week. Watch out for logs and sandbars that are potential hazards. Fishing continues to be fair to good overall on the Missouri River.|
|Channel Catfish - Good: catfish continue to be caught with rod and reel and on trotlines. Anglers report that they are starting to catching larger catfish. Dipbaits, worms, chubs, and cutbait are baits of choice. |
|Flathead Catfish - Good: Flathead catfish are being caught on trotlines and rod and reel. Live baits or fresh cubait works best for flatheads. |
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