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Dahitman44

Lee Lake crappies ...

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Ran out of time and decided to hit Lee lake last night. We headed out to crappie land and we were set up by 4 p.m. We fished until 7:45 and only marked one fish.

That has been a good spring spot for me in the past - -but not last night.

Oh well, it was better than sitting in the office.

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gillhunter2

Probably need to wait until the snow is melted off the ice. Weather has been nice, but water just started running down the holes. Tullibies really picked up this week, if weather stays stable crappies should turn on next week.

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Dahitman44

i would agree

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onemagnum

Hitman, how are the norskis on Lee now? Used to be great 20 - 25 years ago.

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Dahitman44

Well like everything else they are hit and miss. I know there were a fair amount of spear houses out there so I am sure they were getting some.

I expect the Northern Population to continue to thrive and they are not going to stock any walleyes -- according to the DNR guys I have talked to. There is a new development on the lake and that will add many more boats and fishermen to a lake that gets hit hard as it is with the more than 100 campers.

Perhaps there will be a push to add walleyes back in as more and more people live on the lake, but I think they are looking to make it a big Northern and panfish lake.

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dragon81

i have only been out there 1 and a half summers at my camper, but I really dont see many people fishing, usually the same guys out there but not that often. i still havent figured out how to fish the lake yet thats for sure. Not even northerns or pan fish. hope to learn it this summer. Will have a new baby girl in about a week. suppose I better teach her how to fish this summer. Good excuse huh !!!

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