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tjoutdoors

taking a kid fishing

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Anyone know of a lake putting out panfish during the daylight hours? Taking a couple of beginners (kids) out this weekend if I go and want to give them consistent action if I can. Exact location isn't necessary, just a lake recommendation. Thanks.

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I took my 3 yr. old out on charlotte, and did ok. He had a blast.  ants tipped  w/ powerbait waxes.

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I fished Martha on Sunday and had consistent action of Crappies and small bluegills. I fished in 20 ft water on North side out from Brown house. Most fish were suspended at 15 ft. All crappies were in the 8-9 inch range. Waxies and Euro Larva

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I want to say Indian lake (by cedar I think) has a lot of panfish in it, just not much size. Hope you find a lake thats producing.

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I would suggest Swan Lake for Crappies.

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tjouhtdoors, where do you live?

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Sorry, I suppose my location would have been helpful. I live on the northeast side of Clearwater Lake where it spills out into Grass Lake and the Cleawater River.

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