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    Default Trolling Cranks Missisinewa last Saturday

    Trolled crankbaits around Missy with my Dad last Saturday morning. If we had been in a Drum tournament we would have been doing good. We did not catch a single crappie!
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    LOL, This was meant to be in the Indiana forum.

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    What the heck? That kind of surprises me. I wonder if they are deeper right now? I saw a report some were catching them 12' to 20' right on the bottom.
    Doug - got hooked on LUND!

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    Are you using any electronics.? One,,,I would search for a thermocline,,,and fish right above it. Two,,,use electronics to find baitballs and you will find fish. I also would try creek channels and edges of structure if you can see it in electronics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cevans View Post
    Are you using any electronics.? One,,,I would search for a thermocline,,,and fish right above it. Two,,,use electronics to find baitballs and you will find fish. I also would try creek channels and edges of structure if you can see it in electronics.

    Best advise you can get. The fish are out there chasing shad and are right above the thermocline. Try fishing a 300 Bandit with 150 ft of 10 lb. mono line out behind the boat. You need to get the baits down to around 20 ft or so. it depends on where the thermocline is located. The fish will be out over the deeper drop off and creek channels.

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    Turn your sensitivity up on your depth finder till you see a thermocline.

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