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Anybody know if the crappies or sunfish are active in the area? Specifically, Lake Miltona.

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Both are hitting pretty well on Miltona. Look for about 10 feet over weeds. But, be ready to sift through a million perch!

Many of the smaller lakes in the area are producing quite well too. Seems the panfish are turning on all over right now and I expect it will only get better.

Randy

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Hey I appreciate the advice, I'm heading up to Miltona tonight, I'll let you know how it goes. Thanks again.

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Any lakes putting out bigger sunfish up there this year, or perhaps crappies? confused.gif

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Yes, last week I was catching 3/4 to 1 lb crappies on one lake, this weekend I was catching 1/2 to 3/4 sunnies on another lake. Great fun and great eating.

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I was out on Miltona this weekend. RBuker was definitely right, we went through about a million perch. We moved about 20 yards, and started catching some nice sunnies around 3:30. Saw a few crappies on the camera, but no takers. Everything shut down completely after dark. Anybody else fishing pannies on Miltona?

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