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Dr. Juice

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Dr. Juice

Fished Sarah last evening in the "Community Crappie Hole". Caught 15 in 3hrs. Very lite bite, all on waxies or larvae. The crops were pretty small with a couple close to 10". Has anyone been out here? Plenty of peolpe coming and going while I was there until 9:00pm. Had my 5 yr old out for her first outing this year. Had a Great Time!

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jigginjim

Sarah is a must keep you reyes open in. It had open water upto 2weeks ago. I would follow thr roads only.

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Dr. Juice

I have been watching that also. There was a car parked very close to that area and a house sitting in the middle of what was recently open! confused.gif

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Ole the Guide

Hey guys,

Are they driving on Sarah now and, if they are, are they going to the east side? I used to fish Sarah quite a bit but haven't been out there in a few years.

Thanks,

Ole

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markkstanley

East side had 10 to 12" of ice 2 weeks ago. It's the area from the access to right around the narrows that is the issue. Four wheelers were zipping through a couple of weeks ago. Ought to be safe to drive tonight but I haven't been out there recently. I'd really hug the shoreline if I were to drive out from the access.

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Dubleaa

Out on the East end over Super Bowl Sunday with 16" of ice, good action with a very light bite. Waxies and small crappie minnows key to icing crappies.

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Ole the Guide

Thanks for the ice report!

Ole

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