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camocrazed

Spring Crappie Action On W. Rush

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camocrazed

First I would just like to thank everybody for all the great info that gets posted on this site.It's nice to have fellow fisherman helping fellow fisherman.I hit the lake at around 3 p.m. on sat. cheking around for some crappies, no luck out in the depths but did get into some good action in 5 ft. or less for both crappies and sunfish.Put about 20 crappies and 2 sunfish in the livewell for three guys, not bad for the first openwater crappie acton.

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Ray Esboldt

camocrazed,

Glad to hear you had some early success. And, welcome to FishingMinnesota.com. We hope you enjoy it here.

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BDR

Welcome to FM camo! Glad you got into some. I am a little suprised to hear you found them that shallow already. I have usually found them to drop back out for a spell, maybe to adjust to the brighter light. I will be up there this weekend to get the dock and lift in. Have to give it a try.

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FRESHWATER PETIE

Has anyone tried the north end by the park yet?

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camocrazed

Water temp in north bay was about 46 degrees as of sat. 4-8. Did manage to pick up a few crappies and gills in there, however it should only get better in the next week or two as the water temps increase.There was quite a few shore fisherman having mixed sucess as well.Had to bust through about 200 ft. of ice to get back there, that should be gone after the temps we've had the last two days though.

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Paul Waldowski

camocrazed,

Welcome to FM. Looking forward to some more East Central reports.

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sparkyaber

freshwater- I brought the boat up on Easter sunday with the hope to get out on rush. We ended up fishing patterson from shore and caught loads of sunnies, the only problem is that they were mostly very small. Catch 30 get one keeper. My Uncle in law said the best time is from 6:30 to dark. We left the lake about 5 with full intention to return for the evening bite, but I got over ruled by the better half frown.gif.

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FishingRXTime
Have the crappies and sunnies picked up in Patterson Park?? If not have any of you tried the north side of Cigar Island in about 20 feet and finding them suspended??

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