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tearin' lips

I'm back from spring break and I am just wondering how the 'gill and crappie bite is going on Fish. I would assume the early ice area in front of Hi-Banks and Pontoon Bay? Lookin' to head out there tonight for a couple hours in the evening.

Take Care and Good Luck Fishing Everyone!!

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Surface Tension

I haven't been out there for a while. The areas you mentioned are good starting places. One thing to keep in mind when going after gills is, move if your not on them. I don't spend more then 5 minutes in a spot if the gills aren't there. Your move needn't be far either. Good Luck, I'll be out there soon.

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SKIPPERS KID

AKC, Surface Tension, Thanks for the help I need that Right now I have not been out confused.gif. Thinking this week I will be out and will move till I find them thanks for the help smirk.gif.

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Catfishunter

there are there and hard to find but looking for them is part of the fun.

practice C&R on the big ones, for the kids grin.gif

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SKIPPERS KID

That is what is so fun on fishing? Is finding them and finding out what they will bite on frown.gif.

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tearin' lips

Yeah that was most of the fun...we drilled quite a few holes, and managed some fish. It will only get better from here!!

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