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Worthington , Windon, Jackson lakes....any luck anyone??

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if anyone knows of a lake where perch and crappies are biting on it would be appreciated.....or anything that is working when its this cold

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swfisher, welcome to FM. Lots of good info to be had.

It's been a while since I've heard a report. The Shetek inlet was doing well for crappies and so was Bloody. However, I haven't heard much in the past week.

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Only thing biting right now is the temperature. This weather bites!

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the temp isnt what's bringing me down its the 4+ inches of snow that we got today and the forcasts say that there is more on the way frown.gif

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Ya no kiddin. The drive to work this morning was interesting to say the least.

I still havn't gotten my boat out yet, and I really need to get it on the water. This snow is not helpin. I'm thinkin this weekend I'm on the water snow or no snow. After the Mrs and I scout out some FM get together stuff.

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Heard they were biting in Double, so i went there yesterday and had 2 bites. Saw them hit it, water is very clear. I would say early morning or later towards dark. I plan on trying it again.

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