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slabbing_10

middle of march

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Im going up for some crappies on u.s. Side first time on the lake just wondering were a good starting point would be thanks.

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Hey Slabbing,

Crappies on the US side are tough in the winter. Targeting numbers of fish is pretty uncommon. Spring, Summer and Fall are a different story. If you still decide this is your mission I'd work the Sand Bay area as they are there, but finding concentrations this time of year is difficult.

RD

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Thanks rainydaze I bet sand bay is fish soup at the time of the year from looking at the map. Must get some big female eye's moving thru there to.

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HI SLABBING,

RAINYDAZE IS EXACTLY RIGHT, IF YOUR LOOKING TO ONLY CATCH CRAPPIES...GOOD LUCK...IT WON'T HAPPEN, CRAPPIES IN RAINY LAKE...U.S. SIDE HAVE MUCH DIFFERENT HAUNTS THEN IN THE SUMMER, FALL & SPRING. WALLEYE FISHING HOWEVER IN MARCH & APRIL CAN BE AWESOME.

SINCERELY,

FISHMEISTER

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Agreed with Meister and Daze. By chance you might get into a few slabs, but if you are specifically targeting crappie you'll probably want to go across the border to our neighbors from the north.

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Thanks guys I will be doing some re-planning for this trip sounds tough

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