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howellcanufish

I fished it early ice in about 15' of water and smacked the sunnies/crappies. I've heard it had slowed since...wondering if lately it's picked back up?

Currently I'm out on Washington in about 16' water on the narrows side of bakers bay away from most of the crowd and not having much luck. Any suggestions there would be much appreciated also. I'm thinking of moving over to 3rd point, 30' water??

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mnhunter79

fished 3rd pt. last night. From 530-930pm. lot of lookers. caught one 11 inch crappie. pretty slow.

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howellcanufish

I'm heading back out to bakers bay again tonight around 6 for one last shot, then the house is moving somewhere else. I'll report on how I do...hopefully this warmup will help encourage a bit more activity. Thanks for info mnhunter!

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Jesse Drummer

fished 3rd pt. last night. From 530-930pm. lot of lookers. caught one 11 inch crappie. pretty slow.

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Very healthy fish Ben!

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Cold_blood

duck was slow the other day a few small fish but i didn't really stay to long

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howellcanufish

Well, it looks like I will be packing up the shack and moving elsewhere. Fished from 630-1100 and caught 3 seven inch crappies. Hardly marking a thing on the flasher made it a pretty long night.

On a positive note, the warm temps sure made it easy to stay warm last night. In fact at one point I had to take my sweatshirt off and open the door on the house!!

Do you think deeper water might help during this warmup or just the opposite?

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riverrat56

I would look shallower during a warm up like this, the fish will move towards any new water entering the lake as it will bring in more oxygen and nutrients.

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7outof10

like river rat said we are starting to get to the time of year when they start moveing back in the shallower water this will hold true the later in to the year we get at the end of the year some of the spots that you started the year out on can get good agin ...and you need to look just off of spawing spots the fish will start gather around where they will spon as the year gos on .....

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