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Just wondering if any one has any reports on north center for crappies? Thinking about going out there this afternoon.

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Was wondering the same thing, no too much info on that lake this year. Had good success out there last year, but every time i went, boy did that bite turn off like a lightswitch.

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The lake has seen a lot of pressure on the holes this year. The weather is warming up and the days are longer so it should pick up. They will be moving shallower out of the holes and be easier to catch, but don't expect much for size.

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The word I getis North Center is pretty much fished out if you want anything approaching slab size. Lots of little ones and you might squeeze out enough of them to make a meal but it is going to be a long hard day of fishing.

A better bet would be Pool #2 on the Sunrise River.

Tight Lines;

Uncle Kes

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