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buzz21

I just got a place by pine narrows, anybody have some tips on where to go for late ice crappies? Thanks in advance for info.

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Cliff Wagenbach

buzz21,

Welcome to HSO!

There are winter crappie spots in Wolf Bay, Black Bay, Big Bay, Niles Bay,

and Norwegian Bay areas. You will have to do some scouting to find the best area. Look for the deepest water holes!

Cliff

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delcecchi

buzz21,

Welcome to HSO!

There are winter crappie spots in Wolf Bay, Black Bay, Big Bay, Niles Bay,

and Norwegian Bay areas. You will have to do some scouting to find the best area. Look for the deepest water holes!

Cliff

Deep water in Black Bay? Where? I have never been able to find anything more than 10 feet down by wakemup to like 5 feet on other end of partridge river. The whole area seems like silt/clay bottom with little structure.

I am really curious. In spring Black Bay is known for crappies, so maybe they get a jump on things late ice.

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Walleye Guy

You need to give up your first born and possibly your second to get specific Lake Vermilion crappie spots!

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thedeadsea

You need to give up your first born and possibly your second to get specific Lake Vermilion crappie spots!

The major crappie spots are pretty well know.

Fishing crappie water and catching crappies are two different things.

If you go out, please don't leave any garbage, small crappies, or tulibees laying on the ice when you leave.

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Cliff Wagenbach

Dell,

I did not mean IN Black Bay. Check the deepest holes at the mouth of the bay.

Cliff

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Harv

I agree, good spots are kept under lock and key!

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