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jbdragon

Does anyone know if Sewell Lake near Ashby is any good for Crappies? How about Pomme De Terre?

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FishandFowl

We used to keep a trailer on Sewell in the 1970's and 80's at the old resort on the lake. It has been closed for sometime. I have not fished it much since then. Pomme de terre can have a nice Eye bite in the winter. I still spend alot of time up in that area fishing different lakes. Use the bait shops in Ashby or Dalton for information they can help you out.

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Chuckster

Your best bet for crappies would be Sewell as far as these two lakes go. Try fishing on the very West end of the lake as there is a dropoff in the middle. The breaks along the edge are the best in the summer but for now try fishing the traditional spots for spring time crappies. Pomme de Terre is more of a walleye lake although I have caught a couple nice Crappies during the winter months. If you want the real crappie spot, try Jolly Ann Lake on the opposite side of the road. I heard some very good reports coming from there this winter. Good Luck!!!

Chuckster

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jbdragon

I have been to Jolly once. Tried for bass with no luck. Which end of the lake do you suggest? I was in the west end looking for bass before up along the reed lines. Where would you suggest?

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