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ZDavidMiller

Crappies and Walleyes in Crosby Mines

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I have fished the mines quite a bit for trout, what is a good set up for eyes and crappies?

Zachary Miller

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Anything small and plastic.

They will hit alot of stuff if you findem.

I'm not a fan of crawlers out there because of small gills and rockbass.

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Is that crappies hitting the plastics or walleyes? Also, without giving up all your secrets, what kind of structure and I looking for?

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Walleyes r tough to come by out there but can be found.Any point that sticks out into the deep water can hold a few.Personally I've never found anything consistent on eyes.Live bait can be frustrating with the small pans out there.Crappies can be found in the tree tops and what little weed edges are out there.Tube jigs and twisters are the ticket.

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Im going shore fishing for trout at these pits soon, What should i look for in a spot from shore that i could hook into some trout, about how far down are they suspended this time of year?

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They are still shallow for the most part.Try some powerbait and a slip sinker about 24" up the line.Look for points and large streches of sunken trees.

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