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How's the NSP plant? I'm itching for open water!

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I just found this site.....and promptly placed it at the top of my fishing bookmarks! It made my day!

I'm really really craving some open water fishing and was wondering if the water is open at the NSP plant. Anyone know? Are the carp active? Would any other breed of fish be hanging out down there?

Thanks for any info!
Enjoy this warm weather!
Jon

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Thanks for the great info! I think I'll hit it up this weekend if its nice out, even if its just to get a few casts in.

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TRZ

johnny it is open and the shad are in there thick they are fun to catch(snag) if you like a good fight. and i'm sure those small carp are biting in there. cats and walleye will also bite in there this time of year.

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As far as the carp go, they will be biting probably. I fish a drainage culvert on the Mississippi when the river is frozen, but the slightly warmer water in the culvert keeps it packed with carp, and very active. They jump and feed. They bight more senstively this time of year, so you might not even know its on the end of the line. I use corn with as small of a hook as i can get away with.

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