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Has anyone been getting any nice crappies on Big Marine

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blueroof

Budboy - welcome to FM. For some reason, Big Marine is generally posted in the East Central Lakes. Not a firm rule, just a trend I've noticed.

I haven't gotten into any crappie that I would consider nice (12"+) the last two outings. I've gotten into good numbers during the evening bite, just no size to them. The lake has been getting fished pretty hard the last few weeks too.

LB

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That lake has been fished hard for years now. When I was younger I would go out and hammer em'. Now I wont set foot on that lake just because it is so over fished. Ill give it a few more years and see what happens.

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