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Tipup101

Roberds Lake

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Any action on Roberds of late. Looking to take the pops fishing just wondering if there is any kinda bite as of late.

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tipup101, I was there over the weekend and caught a lot of smaller crappies and Gills have heard reports of bigger crappies but never seen 1 person catch any I fished in the 17-20' range at both ends of the big group as well as a few other spots all crappies where 5-9" with 7 in. being the average

good luck if you go

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I always fished close to the weed island early in the morning and use to do pretty good but that was two years ago.

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thats where I started there is a rock point with a good break off one corner but it was all 7-8Inchers

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