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Kyle Sandberg

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Didn't want to hijack the post. To your question, no I haven't been out to pulaski. My buddy lives on the lake and he says there are some getting caught but finding them is tuff. I have tried a few other lakes with basically no success. Been catching sunnies but no crappies. Hard to find time to get out.

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K Dawg, Don't feel like the lone ranger. Other than

Pelican Lake, Crappies have been rather hard to find.

At least nicer fish, 9 1/2" plus. Many lakes have alot of small fish this year. So far I have been doing alot of

driving. By the time the main gruop of crappies come in the opener will have pasted. Then the focus is on walleyes and

pike.

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