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CrappieFshr651

Tonka Panfish

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Was gonna go to greys bay for some panfish action but sounds like everythings on the small side. Taking my girlfriend out and would like to get on some sunnies and then crappies towards dark. We're lookin to take home a small meal most likely. Any info on other bays to find decent pannies?

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Sorry it took so long to answer. Try either Black Lake or Seton it is my home turf. You will see all the holes that people have drilled. On Seton for sunnies just try around the north end you will see all the permanments parked there. I have been using a ant bait with a waxworm no wheight and a pencil shy bit. they have stacked in the whiole water column. I am going out tonight after work. It is Friday look for a red Chevy and a little flip over thats me. I will be on Seton from about 2 PM and on. If anyone else is interested come out and join me grin.gif

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Ill be out sunday sometime for sure, im thinking im gonna go to black lake have heard good things about it. Would definitely like to get some crappies. and im bringing my girlfriend out and she wants to have a good time she loves fishing when shes catching fish. Ill post how i do.

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If you go when you enter the lake look to the west you will see bunch of permanent houses there is a deep hole there I would try that area for crappies. One of my spots was to the left of that area you will see a channel that runs around the back of the floating bog. I usually drill holes in fron of that channel in about 13 fish for sunnies. really I would drive thru to Seton and try the sunnie fishing there. When it gets near dark maybe move back to Black. I will be out there Sunday we have to move our houses off thwe lake. So I should be there most of the day. If not on Black I might be over at Seton. I drive a red Silverado we will also have a four wheeler out pulling off the houses. i hope to see you out there.

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Ill probably start on seton and then move out to black. Brought my girlfriend with me recently to chisago and she had a great time. Got her on some fat gills and some 9-11in crappies after dark. I think she caught the most out of 5 of us and caught the biggest crappie at 12inches

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If i can bring her out and get her on some nicer fish again i think she'll be hooked ;\)

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Do they have to be big fish? Or just enjoy catching a bunch?

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I enjoy catchin a bunch, but wouldnt mind takin some home. Got a new deep fryer and only used it once, it works awesome.

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