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Hot Spots!!!

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Hey everyone, my first time on here but here I go with what I've been catchin'... Went to Island lake over by 694 yesterday after work and caught an eye about 14inch, let it go... a few decent crappies and a few small sunnies... heard como lake is really hott for crappies during evening hours... post your hot spot and share the wealth... thanks!!!

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fly, whereabouts on Island? I might have to check it out tomorrow after church.

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Right on the south side of the 694 bridge and over by the wooded area on the north side of the lake. comon' guys post your hot spots...

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Ok I'll bite. I caught several large crappies this past winter on weaver lake in MG. I wont tell where, cuz my fishing partner would probably throw me in the lake.

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Thanks! I have no hot spots to report right now but after this weeked I hopefully will. Gonna hit a lake I've never been to before with a friend's dad.

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I caught a some small crappies on Lake Rebecca this past weekend. It would be a good spot to bring the little ones to for some fast action.

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the creeks at phalen have been giving up a good bite, the action is fast and some keepers are being caught, good chance to see a big musky too.

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