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I'm going up around the battle lake area this memorial day weekend and I was just curious if anyone know's how the fishing is doing up there for crappie's, bass and walleye?

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Deemo

Well im north a bit but here you go. On Rush lake the bite was slow ... The only thing I saw was good size crappie. 2 weeks and I think it will take off.

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BarTender

they are in the shallows....
I cought them last weekend in the reeds and shallow bays with lilly pads.

The crappies are just starting to come in...the big slabs should be in this week.

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Well thanks for the information, i'm heading up there tomorrow morning so i'll let u know how it all goes. I'm just hoping it is a good weekend

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Resorter

I heard they are up in the shallows on East Battle too ... starting to bite good.. also Walker Lake they are still biting..

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BarTender

East battle is where I'll be.

Fishing out of a smokercraft Fazer or a 14' crestliner camo boat and of coarse I''ll have the chocolet lab with.

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I fished a couple lakes and have to say the crappie's all around were biting slow but had size to them. The person fishing with me caught a 5lb largemouth out of Elbow. Overall it was a good weekend of fishing.

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