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wallyhunter66

Madison crappies???????

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Taking the wife and kids fishing this morning, are the crappies still going crazy on Madison? thanks Todd grin.gif

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I would stop in at Reel Fishing and Tackle in Madison lake and Joe or Matt can get you to the right spot.

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Thanks, Harvey Lee, we always get our bait there and ask about the bite. They have always been great to help out and lead us to the fish!.... thanks....Todd

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Looks to be a beautiful day for the lake and the panfish should go.

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Yes there still going crazy. They bit on just about everything last night including crank baits we where throwing and trolling for walleyes.

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The crappie were on today, and the new boat, flawless. ride is great, awsome power even with all 4 of us in it, i realize its been a while since i have been in a boat bigger than a 16 footer, but i am amazed at the power the 4 stroke yammy has. im very very happy!!! later...Todd grin.gif

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Nice to hear the rig ran great.

Were the crappies shallow or hanging out deeper?

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Friday night we found them anywhere from 2 to 12 feet with the majority of nicer ones actually being caught out in the deeper water 8-12 fow.

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Thanks for the update.

Shoot me an e-mail when you have a chance.

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Sent, sorry it took so long been gone a few days.

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