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I bought one of the Fish Caddies for sale on Fishing Mn and used it today for the sunfish and crappies in the livewell.You install this mesh bag in your livewell and throw the fish in,then when you get home grab the two handles on the bag and lift your fish out.I had a limit of pannies and crappies in the livewell and instead of chasing the fish all over I just grabed the handle and lifted them out without dorsal fins sticking me.This mesh bag is GREAT. You have to try one.Go to Fishing Equipment on F.M. and you can see them there.

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Team Otter

Interesting. Thanks for the info Lee!

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Willy

Washington?

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BIG DS

Can't speak for LH but Washington has been good for me. I can't believe the size of the sunnies on Washington and Madison this year!! Crappies have been ok too. Have been seeing a lot of gills from 12oz to 15oz (9"-10").

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BIG DS- you are right on the size of the pannies and crappies on Washington.One week ago i went there and caught some very nice fish I thought.Yesterday I went in the morning anf fish for a few hours and although the fish were very color sensitive and I had to be moving in one direction,the fishes size was nothing short of the best I have had in quite some time knowing I said that the last time I was there.I caught all my fish in 20-24 fow on a small leadheaded jig with a yellow body tipped with a piece of crawler,they didnt want any other color or waxie.I had some other people start fishing by me and left rather fast.One guy asked me what I was using and told him,he tried minnows and didnt catch anything.Very fussy,but very ,very nice fish.

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