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Crappies in the South Bays

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Mnfisher

Any current crappie bite in the bays?  Isle?  or?  Thanks!

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monstermoose78

They are there but finding them is the fun part

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Mnfisher

And finding them when they are hungry!  :)

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monstermoose78

Isle bay is over rated. Try the others and look for cabbage or green weeds. 8-14 feet is my normal depths. It’s just finding them that takes time. 

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leech~~

How bout now, how bout now? :confused:

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Jplante

I have never catching crappies on the big pond, i imagine they have some size when do find them?

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monstermoose78
1 hour ago, leech~~ said:

How bout now, how bout now? :confused:

Leech let’s go get em

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Posted (edited)
49 minutes ago, monstermoose78 said:

Leech let’s go get em

I may be giving it a try next Sat. Seems like the best time is when it melts down a bit right before honey combing.  Not sure if they move in to eat all the craap felling through the ice but seems like they move in the bays more then. If at all some years?

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Mnfisher

Please.....a report if you go out! 

 

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leech~~
5 hours ago, Mnfisher said:

Please.....a report if you go out! 

 

May be next weekend. Went to the Sportsman show down town today.

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eyeguy 54

moose and I will join ya. :)@leech~~

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leech~~
2 hours ago, eyeguy 54 said:

moose and I will join ya. :)@leech~~

Ok, but you have to wear the mask! :lol:

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eyeguy 54

you no like my pretty face??

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leech~~
1 hour ago, eyeguy 54 said:

you no like my pretty face??

I don't mind. I just don't want anyone else to see me with you! :pow: :lol:

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monstermoose78
27 minutes ago, leech~~ said:

I don't mind. I just don't want anyone else to see me with you! :pow: :lol:

I want people to see me with you two, because everyone thinks I am the great young guy helping them poor old guys

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eyeguy 54

little do they know that we are the ones helping the young lad...  

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monstermoose78

It’s true

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leech~~
Posted (edited)

Dang more snow. That may put me off for at least another weekend.  I like it when it's down to almost bare ice and melting.

Guess I'll smoke a Turkey this Sat. :)

Picture from Isle Bay today. :(

 

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leech~~
On 3/28/2018 at 3:11 PM, leech~~ said:

Dang more snow. That may put me off for at least another weekend.  I like it when it's down to almost bare ice and melting.

Guess I'll smoke a Turkey this Sat. :)

Picture from Isle Bay today. :(

 

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And going on now!  :cry::cry:

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eyeguy 54

here too!  half inch so far

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monstermoose78

Lol wee get ready boys we will be ice fishing in June!

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leech~~

The issue now is lake travel. Getting to much wet snow for vehicles without anyone plowing, kind of heavy and wet for hand pulling a sled and to warm and heavy to take the sled back out of storage! :(

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monstermoose78

Sad day

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2 hours ago, leech~~ said:

The issue now is lake travel. Getting to much wet snow for vehicles without anyone plowing, kind of heavy and wet for hand pulling a sled and to warm and heavy to take the sled back out of storage! :(

I bet moose could pull our 3 sleds.......  with us sitting on them! ;)  

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Flash

Boy, those businesses up there have got to be hurting.  Nobody there.  No roads plowed.  Very sad.

Flash

"Set the hook"

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