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WOW I've never seen so many shacks on Diamond,right close to my favorite spot!! Since 2000 at the most 10-12 houses off east access.Today 60-70-???maybe 80 well I may overestimate But GOLLY why in my spot??? confused.gifshocked.giftongue.gif

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DAMN!

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I'm sure they are there because nobody caught fish there and nobody told anybody about catching fish there grin.gif

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the funny part is the bite shut off a week ago, but then again I watched a guy last weekend keeping crappies under 7". Someday the DNR will wake up and put a minium slot on all fish state wide. confused.gif

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Setty was it a crappie bite?How were the other fish bitin,I never knew anything about it,but I'm more warm weather fisher.

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amen to that there should be a state wide slot limit on all fish species. Seen alot of small crappies and walleye kept out there. The famous saying is (if you keep enough the meat adds up) true but alot quicker if the fish are 3 inches longer.

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crappies were the second bite. The eyes were hot early. Now there is to much action out there for any fish to bite.

It was long last year that people flocked to this year it will be Diamond. What a shame the fishing was just getting good the last couple of years. They'll fish it out now. frown.gif

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