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Panfish/Crappie, Where are they Biting?

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Anybody wanna give up some info on where the Crappies/Sunnies are biting in the NYA/Wacoina/Hutch area? Can find tons of smaller fish, looking for some keepers for DINNER! (An eye would be nice too!) confused.gif

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I have been seeing a lot of crappie action on Tonka if you want to try there. They are starting to get real active again later towards evening. Last night they were breaking surface while we were chasing ski's. Girlfriend got out the bobber and jig and managed a few nice ones for fun, C&R. If you move into 6-7ft range you can see some nice bullgills chilling ontop of the rocks. Place is not hard to find, northarm, west side, in the rocks next to weedline. Everything hangs out in that area, carp/bullgils, crappies, and a few northerns. Now where do i find the ski's???

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