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Crappies...

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Has anyone been up to the Niles Bay Crappie hole? Should be biting by now. Walleyes are biting so good, crappies hadn't crossed my mind until this morning. Let me know!!!

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Adam,

I have not tried that spot yet but they should be there after all of this cold stuff!

Cliff

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Yea, they are there. Fall is a great time for that spot. Crappies in the 30's and 'eyes in the upper 40's (water depth).

Doug

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Thanks Doug. I may give it a shot tomorrow.

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