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Carl's/McMahon Lake

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I just recently put a fishhouse out on carls this last weekend and was wondering if i should move it once before the 28th. I want to put myself over something other than justs crappies, but i dont know if it is worth it. I am thinking mabye Spring or Prior. What do you guys think.

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well i was out on spring for a couple weeks and we produced a lot of little perch and every once in awhile some crappies, but it was really slow. i think your best bet would be on prior. im out to the northeast of sandpoint beach past that island and i put the camera down and theres fish all over its just they wont bite.had to of been 30 sunnies 10 crappie 2 largemouth bass and a northern i saw on the camera at one time. its just hard to get them to bite. small walleyes come through every once in awhile from like 3:30-6 pm is when ive been gettin them

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