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Bloody Crappies

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clamsleeper

Anyone know if the crappies are pickin up at Bloody? I see a lot of perms out there.

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walleyefey

clamsleeper, I was out there last Sat. and had very little action. I wasnt fishing off of the point however, I tried closer to the bloody bridge just because I killed em there last year. I had 11 big shacks come on the same time I did and I just wanted to stay away from the crowds. There must be something going on because there are a ton of houses out there. I tried lake yankton by balatan last night and didnt have a nibble. I hope something turns on for the weekend.

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prodriverunner

We fished to point on bloody last Saterday for about 4 hrs caught one crappie and missed 3 other hits. The bites we got were in about 7ft of water on a jigging rap. tipped with a minnow head. We were new to the lake and spend alot of time wondering around.

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