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junior9

Little Pine

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Anybody been out on Little Pine or Dagget much? Crappies still biting, if so, how deep are they, still in the shallows or did they move out to deeper water?

Any idea what the water temps are?

Thanks,

Jr

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water temps were 62-64 last weekend on Little Pine. Didn't fish for crapps. recently, but there were a fair amount shallow on opener weekend. Saw the usual boat or two fishing on the tip of the sunken island in the middle. Not sure if they're targeting panfish, or trying to get lucky with a walleye. I'll be out there this weekend

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Thanks Anchorman....I will have to see what I find this weekend also.

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How was the fishing J.R... I am heading up that way in a week to a friends cabin and he is not much of a fisherman, so I will need a little info on where they are so that we can have a fish fry...

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There's no fish in that lake!

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I caught fish on little pine this weekend.

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I caught fish on little pine this weekend.


What did you catch and any specs for an ol'unlucky fisherman...

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A few snakes and some bass. The bays behind Dream Island will be hot the next couple weeks. After that i would move to the docks in Daggett.

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