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Got this 10 1/2" gill working a mayfly tungsten fly.  Love it when you set the hook and the fish doesn't move an inch.  😁

Suspended 10ft  off bottom, over basin area. 4mm black tungsren with white finnesse style body

Hit a north metro lake for panfish and stuck this 16" white crappie.

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Nice one Rick!

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Small shallow lake,  central Mn.

Saw very few fish around bedding areas today. Most of the bigger gills were found around the deep weed edge or under docks  6-12 ft. 

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This is a first for me. Got off the lake and this was parked in the lot.....the horse was tied to a tree a ways back in the woods. The boat trailer tires were wooden spokes with metal sheeting.  Did not see any boat out there rowing around...do you suppose they use "motorized" boats? Maybe they were tucked way back in the reeds with a row boat and we just did not see them.  

 

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The pic below is a couple of the many crappies we caught...13ft...outside edge of the cabbage.

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Nice I want to see a video of him launching the boat with that rig!

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We SAW a family out on Little Pine last summer.  SAW  them load the boat, not launch.

 

Yes, they rowed their boat.

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On 6/17/2017 at 6:56 PM, theharvester said:

Yes he rows a small boat . SAW him on big o early this year.

 

On 6/18/2017 at 0:32 AM, ANYFISH2 said:

We SAW a family out on Little Pine last summer.  SAW  them load the boat, not launch.

 

Yes, they rowed their boat.

 

Yup...same guy then...these 3 lakes are all in the same general vicinity.  

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20170715_213503.thumb.jpg.893b939fd2bb8f8672dda9ead0e45c4d.jpgIsaac PB bluegill.  1lb 4oz.

 

a small one I caught.

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Those of you who have been on the Forum for a long time probably remember FisherDog...he taught me how to find crappies 12 mths out of the year and I have taken it to an entirely new level :crazy:

Here is pic of him with a couple slabs when he was up in July and we fished hard20170706_204421.thumb.jpg.7cb170d7cce10eed5fac8e98ee2512d3.jpg....he moved to Marco Island several years ago but bought a place back up here to visit a few weeks per year

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pretty seed

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mug shots 

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gotta love the gills. 

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A few from up on Bowstring. Lotta fish biting in less than 9 feet. 

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Been out chasing crappies again in the DL area..been a while...finding some nice ones in mouth of a river...pic of a couple

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a nice 9 incher hoping to reach 10 by next year. 

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a pretty guy   flipped away before mug shot... LOL

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another great morning in the yak.  kept a few to eat this trip. 

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crazy bite today. bobber disappeared constantly for 4 hours. :) 

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