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kobear

Crappies Biting

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I've been getting a couple crappies off shore lately. Last Sunday caught a dozen mainly small didn't keep any, last night caught 6 in 30 minutes around dusk. Fishing where inflow has opened a small area on the Noth side. As far as which lake I'm not saying. Bright plastics working as well or better than minnows, I was getting outfished by a guy popping his bobber back to shore with a flourescent twister and no bait pretty aggressive presentation.

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thanks for the report: I have had my eyes on a couple of spots and I have just been waiting for it to warm up a little...maybe I should quit waiting and start fishing grin.gif Glad to hear you are getting into some fish.

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