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Bird100

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Me and my son are coming up this weekend. Wife is going to New York. I brought him up last year at age 5 and he cought his 1st ever URL Slab. What a look on his face when he saw it. We ended up with 13 for 3 of us last year. This will be my 1st time up this year, and from the looks of it Hillman's road is the best place to be. Looks like 6.5 miles and further is the ticket. The question I have is that being just him and I this weekend, I will drill as many holes as possible, and try and locate crappies, but at some point we will have to set-up the portable to fish at night. What is everyone's opinion? If you catch a couple of fish thoughout the day do you find what was your best hole during the day and go back to it or find a new spot that isn't touched and try that once the sun starts going down? Just curious on what people have experienced this year. Either way from the looks of it the eye's and perch should keep us busy. Any info is appreciated.

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Bird,

Usually where you are catching slabs during the daylight hours, that spot or somewhere near there is going to produce in the waning hours of the sun. I've had days where I've picked a few up throughout the day and nailed them there towards evening. Good luck...Hope you and your son get 'em. The youth is the future of our great outdoor heritage wink.gif

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