Root River Roundup 2018 Date is Set!

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Root River Roundup 2018 Date is Set!

The historic event will be held




May 11-13 at Eagle Cliffs Campground near Lanesboro, MN.



tom's picture

Count me in!


Casey Shanaberger
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I'll make the trip again this year! Spring feels a tad closer now!

"I swear if you catch another drum"

roughfish29's picture
Oh yes.

Oh yes.

DumbFace2525's picture
Open for all?

I'd be very interested in going to this event.  Are there any prerequisites for attending or can anyone come? 

GeluNumber1's picture
I plan on coming.

Let's see if I can get a quilly this year...

All fish are beautiful.

andy's picture
Everyone is welcome to join!

DumbFace2525, you're officially invited.  Trust me, you'll have a great time.  We will share details about the agenda and stuff as we get closer to the event.

Graceclaw's picture

My heartrate is already elevated just thinking about it.

angry mongrel
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Bring it back!

Hope the snow goes by the date forever!

"It is better to die on your feet than to live on your knees" -Emiliano Zapata

SuperFrog's picture
I may be able to sneak down

I may be able to sneak down for at least Friday/Saturday this year.  Fingers crossed



It doesn't matter what you're fishing for, just as long as you're out there doing it.

Gunnar's picture
Do we each register and pay

Do we each register and pay the campground, or do you register as a group and collect $ from roughfishers? If I can come--and it's still 50/50--I'll be camping this time instead of drive-sleeping my way home at the end of the day.


Redhorse ID cheatsheets, gars, suckers:

2019: 34 days fishing 45 species 13 lifers. 2018: 39/40/5 2017: 49/52/14

andy's picture
Register at the office upon arrival

Each attendee needs to stop by the office and register.  For a day vehicle pass it is $5 and camping I believe is something like 13 per night (no electric).

tom's picture
Root River

Anyone close to the area who can report on water conditions? Or are they always good?