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iceweasel

West Rush any luck.

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iceweasel

Anyone have any luck finding walleyes and crappies over the weekend maybe going next three days, if so what are the times thanks guys.

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CorynTracySellHomes

The bite has slowed considerably over the weekend with all the traffic that was out there. As for best times evenings still seem better than mornings, so try and be set up by 3 or so.Good luck!

Cory Frantzick

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jzac

was out last weds. night. east side of crane island. 34 ft and 5 ft off bottom. switch from whole minnow to the head only if they didn't bite. caught 10 nice ones, 2- 13 inchers. I stayed till 2:30 am and caught most after 1;00am , good luck smile.gif

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iceweasel

THANKS GUYS smile.gif

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Bigfife

I have been fishing 8am to 2pm the last week or so. The best times that I have for crappies are from 8-11 and then it dies off. Yesterday, when the fish stopped biting in the permanent, I went out searching for fish. I walked 30 ft. to an open hole and found the motherload. I stood there for the next hour and caught about 15 crappies. 10 of these were over 9 inches and one was a shade under 12. This was at noon in about 38 fow. The night bite really died in my spot, but the bobbers are flying down the holes as soon as I get there in the morning. Fishing season is over and its back to school for me. Hope this info helps someone, but save some for me next year.

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rosspj59

Thanks for info Bigfife! If they aren't biting its time to move. Being mobile is the key to catching fish. With all the pressure at night it makes sense that could find them in the morning looking to eat. Good luck in school.

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don of cambrige

I thought i new alot about fishing till now! Thanks for the info. i'll keep that in mind.GOOD FISHING

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crewdog

Just wondering if there were any diehards on the lake this weekend. looking to head out wednesday in search of some crappies for the freezer. had the three year old out for his first timr last week and managed to scrape out a meal of fish between candy dispensing and putting the minnows back in the bucket (some of them slightly worse for wear), but he was a trooper for 3.5 hrs and seemed to enjoy himself! anyone got and suggestions for those fish that seem to just swim with it and not take it enough for a hookset

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Uncle Bill

Fished in 32 ft. of water straight out from public access Sat. from 1:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Lite bites, only one small crappie.

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CorynTracySellHomes

Thats awesome Crewdog that you brought your little buddy out there! The bonds that are created through fishing last a lifetime!!

A trick to try for those light biters is to use a spring bobber, you can detect the faintest of bites, quite often you will see the spring actually rise not drop when you have a fish. If you have ever watched panfish hit either with a camera or sight fishing, you would be amazed at the fish that bite that you never feel. Good luck out there!! Hopefully you and your little buddy can make it out to the ICE Series! My office is donating a $200.00 Gander Mountain gift certificate to the kid with the heaviest weight. So hope we can see you out there!

Cory Frantzick

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