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Ron Burgundy

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What would be the best place to catch some DECENT panfish from shore after work this week?

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DECENT huh? Well i think everywhere has some decent ones. it is just a matter of having the little ones leave it alone long enough and finding them. I am guessing you are looking for a meal? I would say go to the zum for such a thing. Or maybe the ccpits if you can get in there right now. Otherwise that is all i got. ike

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Not a meal. I just get tired of the dinks reall quick.

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Chester Woods has some good shore fishing for big bluegills up to 9" and an occasional large crappie. I've had the best luck with mini-mites and other small plastics, but live bait under a bobber works well too.

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Fisherman's Inn?

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There are some decent pannies in that area, but i am not sure that you will get that many fishing from shore at the public fishing area. Some of the better fish this spring have come from that area but not close enough to the shore fishing spot that you could cast to it.

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