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Crappies on the Croix 7-18-07 Report

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Was out earlier today and easily caught a limit of Crappies. Caught a few Channel Cats too.

Green fuzzy grubs and slip bobbing with fathead on red hook in 3ft-8ft depths. Mostly shallow.

Area fished was Bayport to Xcel plant shorelines.

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Good job, thanks for the tip! Any size to them?

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Mostly 11 to 14 inch Slabs. grin.gif

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what kind of structure do you look for...i've been fishing around same area of late with not much luck.

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cripes sake now there will be 500 boats in that area lol.

I would have kept that info to myself if it is true.

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Nay, the area is too big and you know those Croix crappies, its always hit and miss. Great job Andy. My crappies area is around there also.

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