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crowriverfisher

I was out on isle bay last night along with 50 other people and i watched only one fish get caught. Where have all the crappies gone? Last year was great and so was the year before. Anyone had an luck out there this year?

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hanson

Hmmm...

Perhaps because the crappies in Isle Bay have been THE HOT topic on this forum for 2 weeks now!!

Some things are better just kept quiet. confused.gif

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gorrilla

I'm with you on the harsh reality of over blabbing, hanson!!

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Willy

I agree about keeping quiet, but people have known about those crappies for years. Last year and the year before, there were tons plucked out of there.

There are other bays on the lake!

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TRZ

My uncle said a guy he works with was getting them in cove last weekend in 8 ft.

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monstermoose78

Yep other bays can be much nicer to get away from the crowds but I did stop by Isle bay last weekend just to see what was going on and then packed up and left in a hurry. See ya in those other bays soon.

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Hmmm...

Perhaps because the crappies in Isle Bay have been
THE HOT
topic on this forum for 2 weeks now!!

Some things are better just kept quiet.
confused.gif


You think its getting hammered now, wait until next year when people get tired of not catching fish on Red.. A crappie or 2 and they will be driving to a lake 3 hours closer to home and not catching any with everyone else when word spreads someone got a couple fish... its funny that happens on the internet.

Have fun ya'll! grin.gif

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