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crappies?

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slurpie

i was invited on a trip up there in mid feb. Wondering if there is any crappies in there or not?

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mnhunter 3815

yes there are crappies.they more up by nester falls tho.

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eyesorbust

i caught one at morris point last year, but i was not targeting them

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slurpie

what do they relate to for structure up there? And are they slab size that it would be worth trying to catch for a day.

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If you want to get crops on LOW u best of get a Onterio fishing liscense. There are great numbers of them just nothing to speak of in Minnesota H2O.

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