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Crappie Wisdom
05-13-2006, 06:47 PM
:mad: This is crap what is this a huurricane over us just spining round and round. Plus its cold outside crappie getting set back another 2 weeks:D

Roberta
05-13-2006, 08:17 PM
If we get out at all tomorrow, I'm betting the water temp has dropped a couple of degrees. We'll figure on targeting saugeye, since they like this stuff and the crappie will most likely be glued tight to cover or deep. Blech. -Roberta

wrwest
05-13-2006, 08:48 PM
Hang in there Crappie Wisdom n Roberta, It will bet better. I know what you are going through. I was facing the same situation earlier this year. ;)

Crappie Wisdom
05-13-2006, 09:56 PM
We need the rain but gee wiz:mad: If this was winter time we would be having record snowfall:rolleyes: Gotta have them tight lipped out there.

Cincinnati
05-13-2006, 10:40 PM
Hi!
I decided to tuff out the rain today up by Oxford.
I was actually surprised the rain gave me a break, but
the wind was still a persistent pain.

The fish were consistently marking at 8 to 10 feet on the
fishfinder. I set up a drop shot rig with one pole, and
waited for the gentle tap. I was surprised with a dozen
or more crappie in the first hour, or so, two were over
14 inches. The rest that I kept were between 9.75,
and 11 inches long. They weren't slabs, but they would
contribute to my next fish fry.

Later, I just let out a little more line, and tried slow trolling
into the wind. I probably caught another 15, to 20 that way.
But, just about all of them were on the thin side, so they
went back in the lake.

Note: All of the crappie I kept today, except one, were still
loaded with eggs!

"Gloves up!"

Rick.

diemakerbc
05-15-2006, 05:44 PM
beware not to leave your fishing tackle to far away from you. a coworker of mine was at action saturday fishing below the spillway he was fishing for about two hrs got ready to leave started back to his truck got about half way and he noticed he had forgoten his fishing bag went back and asked eveyone there if they saw his fishing bag.nobody saw it.then one guy said there was two guys that just left but they went a different dirction he said he look around but had no idea how he was looking for.he 200.00 dollars of tackle.makes me mad this guy would give you the shirt of his back.and some one to this to him.he is 61 years old going to retire next year.he had some old jigs in that bag.:mad: :mad:

Roberta
05-16-2006, 07:01 AM
The only time we fish down at the spillway is winter. Too many unsavory types head there to party in warm weather. I don't like shore fishing there at all most of the time. - Roberta

Crappie Wisdom
05-16-2006, 01:37 PM
Ahhh finally there some 80 degree days forcasted for next week. Slabs will be putting on the feed bag very soon;)

007
05-16-2006, 09:11 PM
I'm glad the weather forcast is looking better. This weather is really getting old. I went out today, but only mananaged one razerblade and a large muskie.