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Maximum12

Shallow Crappies

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Maximum12

FYI: shallow lake near St. Paul last night, saw someone with a stringer full of 8 inch plus crappies (a few ran pretty dang big). The area they were fishing was no more than 2-3 feet deep, just before & after sunset. At least in this shallow basin, the pannies are moving in to feed like madthings.

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wall-i-king

Hey Max
Where is that lake that you mentioned? I looked on the DNR Lake Finder and couldn't find it anywhere? Is that the name of it or just a description? I want to get out and find some crappies. I love the way that they fight in shallow water in the spring and there quickness to take just about anything dangling in front of them. Well any information about where it is would be much appreciated thanks.

keep fishin'
wall-i-king

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Tuckerfish

I looked on DNR and couldn't find it either but in sounds like a fun spot

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Mr. Pike1

Max, I am in Maplewood and itching for some shore panfishing after work. I am a catch and release guy so no fear of me depleting the population. I will throw out my e-mail fish line hoping for a bite...My e-mail address is ccvikings84@comcast.net if you care to share. I also know of a small pond that I had success on for some 9-11" crappies that I just might be willing to share with you.

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StPaulParkFisherman

Max was it me? I have got over 50 since monday most 11-12 but this cold front have put them on lock jaw. On monday it was me 2 guys then from there on 50 asain pepole keeping all the fish they keep on a 70 acer lake so kiss the fish bey. max give me a email i lost yours fishingoutlaw@hotmail.com

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Zaraspooks

St. Paul -

Hows it going??? Hitting those crappies on the lake we met on this winter? I was out on Gervais this evening and only got a couple little ones. If your catching them like we did this winter, they must be pretty nice. Did you change your e-mail?? It's different from earlier this year.

The Spook

[This message has been edited by Zaraspooks (edited 04-08-2004).]

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rockhardinmn

St Paul,,, I was on to the same bite( different lake thou) with a number of fish hitting the 14" mark. FUn while it lasted Huh? grin.gifDD

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Finlander

Oop's wrong post!

[This message has been edited by Finlander (edited 04-09-2004).]

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StPaulParkFisherman

spooks
I got a new email. I sure hope thoes fish move befor there ant no more. same lak

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Mr. Pike1

Spook, I saw a few boats on Gervais while driving home last night perhaps one of them was you. I hit my little pond in the area and got a couple of 10"ers..

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Mr. Pike1

Max, got your e-mail and will share my local pond with you as well

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