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Hey everyone! Have the crappies moved into the shallow bays? How's the walleye bite? I'll be coming up this weekend for cats, but my brother wants to try for walleyes & crappies. So how are things going out there? Any info would be great. Thanks, Vern

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The crappies are in the bays and the walleye bite is on. It was a good opening weekend for most. That should be all the information you need

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TUMBLEWEED

We did well on the waldo and northern,the catfishing was super,but could not find the panfish. At least, not any big enough to eat.
We tried Mud lake's bays,and some bays on Cedar Island, but not much luck with da sunnies or crappies.With all the fishable water,I know they are there somewhere!!

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Thanks for the info fellas! Hey tumbleweed, I'll be using cutbait and fishing in the river or near the mouth. Were you fishing in one of the lakes? I suppose they are pretty shallow looking for warm water. Thanks, Vern

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Vern, in most bays the cats have moved out as the water is warming up fast. There are still a few in the deeper bays, but the river would be my choice for the weekend.ScottS

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Vern, We used the electric motor and fished the shoreline like ya would for bass.The best technique was a nightcrawler under a float.We found them all over Cedar Island and Koetter lakes.Real hotspots were where trees were down in the water.(A good pair of binocs will help scan the shoreline quickly for this)Good luck,I wish I could get back up there soon,but am getting ready for a trip to the Whitefish Chain next week!!

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Thanks ScottS & Tumbleweed! I'll give it a shot. Vern

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