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shakojdub1425

Spring lake , Prior,lake UPDATE Please

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shakojdub1425

Anyone having any luck out there? Any reports are appriciated. Thanks. I heard from a buddy that over the rocks they are having luck.

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magic_minnow

hey shak:

have u been to BLack lately? Got out and it wasnt too bad.

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shakojdub1425

Hows it going minnow. Its been about a week, We went up to brainerd this weekend. Wish i wouldeve just went to black. =). Are they moving deeper out there yet. Its time for those crappys to go to that 20" plus fow. I will be going out there tonight or this weekend i am sure. Any updates on spring though?

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shakojdub1425

cmon any updates?

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Swanny2

I know of shacks in 12 to 24 fow on Lower Prior that are producing meals of sunfish, but you need to pick through them. Nothing worthy of mention on the crappies. They are mixed in but are in the 8" range. Bugs on black/silver seem to be best. Early morning til 9ish has a slight advantage over afternoon on my outings.

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Smails

Shako,

I was on Spring last weekend for a couple hours. Picked up a few crappies and a couple gills in 20 FOW. No size though - just the usual 7" Spring Lake crappies.....

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shakojdub1425

Any eyes being produced? I heard there was on rock. I guess he could be wrong though.

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Smails

No eyes for me (unfortunately)

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shakojdub1425

I know they are in there its just were. I cant wait to get my gps next week so i can hit some deep holes. 8)

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ZachT

Going to head out tonight after work somewhere close, what would be better tonight Spring or Prior? Any recent reports from either of the two?

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