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fishkid

centerville?

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fishkid

has anybody been out on centerville lately. my friends went out there on sunday night and cought a mess of crappies.

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Crapp-eye

I've been wanting to get out there all year. Any size to the fish? What depths we you guys fishing?

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minnphatts

Could anyone give me some general information about Centerville. I've never fished it, but thought I'd give it a try this weekend, I've got a lake map and read the DNR report. Are there multiple access points? I read there are springs near the pump house that weaken the ice, can you drive on that part of the lake? Is anyone having any luck? Thanks in advance!!

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spasticcp

Centerville = Zoo

As does Peltier. They've been really overfished from what I've been hearing, and quite crowded. But if the bite is on, it might be worth a shot.

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shorefisher

Pan fish bite has been good not much in size though from what I have found. Fish on the out side of the zoo and you will find fish. Bite for eye's was good until the deep cold hit. South end 10FOW off weedline. Key was to set up by 4pm and be away from anyone and trafic.

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minnphatts

Fished Centerville last nite. South end anywhere from 8-16 feet deep. Two bites, one tiny bluegill. We set up away from the crowd, not much action!!

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LIGHTLINE

FISHED CENTERVILLE HUNDREDS OF HOURS , INLAWS LIVED ON THE LAKE.

AS FAR AS A SPRING BY THE PUMP HOUSE, NOT THAT I AM AWARE OF

BUT IT IS A FRESH WATER INLET FOR THE ST.PAUL WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM. YOU SHOULD BE FINE AS LONG AS YOU DONT DRIVE WITHIN SAY 25 YARDS OF IT. THE WATER IS PUMPED THROUGH THAT LOCATION SO THERE IS A CURRENT AROUND IT.

AS FAR AS FISHING IT, WELL LETS JUST SAY DRILL YOUR HOLES 10 ft FROM THE WEST SIDE OF THE PUMP HOUSE AND LET THE GAMES BEGIN CRAPPIE'S SHOULD BE ALL OVER THE PLACE.

IF YOU WANT WALLEYES, GO TO THE OTHER SIDE OF THE HOUSE ON THE EAST SIDE WHERE THERE IS A OLD SUBMERGED SERVICE ROAD THAT WENT FROM THE WHITE HOUSE ON SHORE, SHOULD BE THE FORTH HOUSE FROM LEFT. OTHERWISE TRY GOING TO THE NORTH BY THE OLD WATERWORKS BAR WHERE THE PELLITIER RUNOFF COMES IN TRY AROUND 35-40 YARDS OUT FROM THE BASIN.

GOOD LUCK AND KEEP ME POSTED.

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Deputy Grizz

Fished it last night. Caught one small crappie, my son caught a nice 10 inch crappie. 16 feet deep, several bites. fished from 4pm to 8pm.

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