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slurpie

any been out there. Heading out there tomorrow wondering if its worth it or not.

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2222

Was out there on Wed. for 4hrs. lot of small perch, no crappies.

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tbone4

Went out there Sunday morning from 8:15-11:30. Bunch of perch and a 19 inch largemouth. No crappies.

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Ryan Berger

Went out last week,, 2 3" perch and a couple 7" crappie

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Rollin'Thunder

Went out yesterday. Fishing was slow. Fish were tight to the bottom and negative. Managed 6 between 2 guys in 3 hours.

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hunter101

i was on cedar on sunday the bite seems to have slowed. I was hole hopping and found some person left 4 small crappies on the ice, Whats up with that?? lots of other garbage as well. I dont understand people

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lovetheice

Is the water very clear out there or is it pretty dirty?

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Crestliner-fever

are you able to use the underwater camera?

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hunter101

i could see about 3' down

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Big Buck Buster

I used the camera the last time out so my son had something to watch. Lot of perch, some crappie, nice large-mouth, northern, and one walleye were seen on the camera. Just about thought my son was going to jump out of the house when he saw the northern going for his line. It bumped the minnow, but never bit. It was clear enough to have fun watching the fish.

Lot of small perch bit, smaller crappies. All were released. Not like the crappies on the ice that I also found. Some people!

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Porkchop244

Just got home from Cedar hoping to hook some of the big crappies. Only got 3- 10 inchers and a bit&*#n big bullhead.

That thing was actually very colorful. Very deep maroon anal and tail fins. this thing was well over a pound. What a beautiful evening to be on the ice.

And of course you can always hear coyotes yipping when you are out there at night.

ps Yes, they all go back in the lake.

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skeeterpro1

wow must have been some special bullhead just talking about it i hope you killed that thing

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    • Spearing Machine
      Yep I've been seeing it almost daily since Friday on the south end of the bay. Getting me excited! Time to winterize the lund. It was a good run again this year!
    • Tom Sawyer
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