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Any Panfish action on Nest Lake?

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How has the crappie and sunfish bite been on Nest this summer so far? Thanks in advance for any reports.

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Not to change the subject but I'd like to find a guide to help me find the smallies!!

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Masher Go to Green you wont need a guide,I'll be out there again next week after heat spell,Need a report??I could email spots?? smile.gifYou got GPS?

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Sparce, i know Green is a great fishery for bass, but my old bass club (all 7 boats of us) have a tourney on nest and just ONCE I'd like to show a couple of people up!! Besides i don't have a boat yet confused.gif

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Any crappies or sunfish biting on Nest? Thanks.

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Nest always has a sunnie bite!But right now Andrew would be your best bet.for size anyway cool.gifCrappie,Green is OK Diamond slow,Nest ya'd think there arent any in there.

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Thank you for the info. Sunfish found along the weedlines?

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