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i am coming down to the cities for christmas eve tomarrow and my dad lives right by grays bay and in the past have noticed houses out in the middle of the bay. what are these people targeting out there? i would like to come down a few hours early and find an area for some crappies or bluegills that has a reasonable walk out distance, any help would be appreciated.

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Crappies sunnies and pike

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thanks snag, any tips on were to start? i own a gps but i will only have a few hours to fish and want to make the most of it (i would prefer not to spend all day trying to figure out were fish are then have to leave), would i want to stay right on the break, would i want to fish right in the middle of the hole, i noticed on my lowrance there is a small hump that goes from around 24 feet to fifteen is that worth a shot? any advice at all for the gills and crappies in this spot would be appreciated, if anybody has a hard time posting that kind of info on here shoot me an e-mail at bearbait87@yahoo.com, not looking for a new honey hole, just looking for a spot to ice a couple fish while im in town. thanks

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    • Borch
      Sounds like a blast!  My time has shifted to turkey hynting prep.  So it looks like I'm done despite good ice conditions.  But I'm a bit jealous of you all.
    • smurfy
      One thing I'd like to add, they live about 2 miles north of remer on hwy 6.
    • Brandon Klatt
      Went up to Knife lake today to see if i could find some slab crappies. After drilling countless holes and only 1 crappie to show for it was thinking about packing it in. Then i notice a mark 1ft under the ice, bam a nice 12in slab. fished 2:45-8pm, bite was good 6:30-8.  Caught a good amount of crappies, key was to be 6-8ft of water and most fish were 1-4ft down. All crappies were released, with how hard this lake gets its nice to see there's still slabs in there and wish the DNR would put a 5 crappie limit on the lake, even down to 3 would be great. 
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      I think Duff has been hacked? He's replying to posts over a year old now?
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      You might be fighting for room with all the geese ducks and swans!!
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      Gobsmacked?!!
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    • Cliff Wagenbach
      We always called them wing-dings! I also learned that trick on LOW. Very tasty!! Cliff
    • phishslayer
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