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JClay

St. James

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Anyone been on or heard of any activity on St. James Lake?...Looking for crappie/walleye.

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we were out today caught some small eyes and crappies and no size all went back.

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They driving out yet?

Wanting to take the PakShack and a baitpuck full of waxies out and try it- but I am not lugging the equipment out 200 yards

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full size trucks driving out there. i would say 14+ inchs of ice.

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Good, thanks!!

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I was out there Saturday and had 3 holes at 14 inches and 1 hole that was only 6 inches of ice. We were fishing in a clam voyager. Be careful. confused.gif

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Was there on Sat and caught a few sunnies. We had 14" of ice and drove the truck out. Lots of targets on VEXILAR but slow on the bite.Lots of houses out.

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    • KidMoe
      I'm thinking the same thing!  When will I get another chance to target walleyes and bass with a long rod in February!
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