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hey guys anything happening on this lake

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Ive heard crappies are gettin caught out in the deeper water but not much size to them

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I caught the smallest crappie of my life out there but two years ago a 3 lb monster came out of there it was like 17 1/2 inches

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wow thats definatly a big crappie

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Hey Lubey do you go to North or South or in collage

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A while back I caught a 6 lb. northern out of there. On a crappie minnow no less. The next day there was a fishing tourney on the lake and I heard a small panny took top honors. I've tried for crappie at different times of the day and at different depths. I think the name should be changed on this lake. Nothing really to brag about

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