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evinrude19

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evinrude19    0
evinrude19

anybody heading out to eagle lake in maple grove this weekend or has gone out recently ?

i am probaly going out sunday

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McCrappie    0
McCrappie

I went out for a hour or so in the big hole, Lots of small crappie all stacked up. Im going back to try to find bigger crappie

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Bugman    0
Bugman

Welcome to the FM family McCrappie.

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evinrude19    0
evinrude19

how many did you end up geting then ? waxies or minnows???

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hardwaterguy    0
hardwaterguy

where do you access at?

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McCrappie    0
McCrappie

I used hair jig's with a wax on it, It was fun just need to find the bigger fish. the access i used was the small park on the south/east side in the south bay. ><>

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evinrude19    0
evinrude19

yeah thats where i go off of also i think it is easier there also

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evinrude19

went out from the park today and got about 50 crappies really good bite today but nothing over 10" =/ but still fun

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McCrappie    0
McCrappie

Nice fishing, Im still looking for the 8 to 10 inch crappies. Maybe tuesday i can search some more. tongue.gif

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evinrude19

i am probaly gonna head out there again wednesday and look for some northerns around the grass island and some 10 inch crappies hopefully

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Gilgamesh    0
Gilgamesh

What depth are the crappies at? Thanks

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McCrappie    0
McCrappie

I had a few in 20 to 23 feet

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evinrude19

i was fishing about 24ft and they were suspened at about 11 ft to 15 ft

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crappie todd    23
crappie todd

8 inch crappies are pretty good on the dinner table. If thats all thats available. If there are bigger fish, they tend to be under the small ones. so even though it's normal to fish up from the suspended fish, the larger ones..... if available will be under the little ones. Sometimes a larger presentaion keeps the little one away and entices the larger ones.

The lakes looks to have a few in the 9 inch range but not enough to hit em strong.

Tie on some ounce rated line. I think Thorne Brothers sells it; if you can see the stuff, and with a real noodle like rod... a 1/4 pound crappie feels like a pounder.

It's all about the fun of it.

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evinrude19

i seen some one the bottom on the vexilar and picked out a couple 8's and 9's but nothing to big

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