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Good night of fishing

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MAN, we hammered this fish last night. After the rain stopped and a little sun came out it was game time.

We had a fish on every minute and a half from 6:30 until 8:45.

We caught a ton of crappies and walleyes. All released do to the obvious and the craps where all full of eggs so we figured might as well let them do there thing dinner can wait for another time.

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Congrats J! Where might we ask?

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Take your pick! I was on North Center that same night and as soon as the rain blew threw it became extremely calm and the crappies were exposing themselves on the surface. We compared it to shooting fish in a barrel. All you had to do was watch the school move around and throw it right into them and WHAM! We only harressed them for about a half hour before looking for more of a challenge! All fish were released.

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