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keyks42

Fish Green last night with my neighbor from 3 till around 7. We started out by the point to the right of the access not many houses left in that area. I drilled about 20 holes and marked very few fish and didn't catch any. Before sunset set up on south end in around 22'. The first hole I drilled marked plenty of fish the problem getting them off the bottom. In 2 hours manage 2 crappies both close to 11". A very tough bite to say the least I caught both on waxies about 3' off the bottom. The bite was quite a bit different then a month ago and will probably stay off the lake until March. Good luck and hope this helps someone

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TravP

Sounds like the same thing that everyone is experiancing out there. You have to punch a lot of holes and stay away from crowds. Try using a bro bloodworm in chartruese, with no bait.

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rob d

Just wondering how the ice is? Thinking about going out early saturday morning but dont want to go swimming.Also anyone been having any luck?

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JACOB09

I whent out there to day it was all good. people out driving like normal on green lake. still some water spots but by friday it will all be hard. still 2 feet or more of ice on there

i had my best luck working around the crowds in 25feet or more feet of water.

good luck..................

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rob d

Thanks for the report JACOB09.

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soma

Went to Green on 2/17/09 from 3 to 7. Lots of crappies on the camera, not a single biter. Saw a big pike taking a nap on the bottom, thought it was dead until he took off. 25 FOW

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