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    Default t-ville tomorrow

    soooo cranks or spidder rigging what say you ?

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    Iím going to start with spider rigs.


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    I havenít been in so long I donít even know what youíre talking about


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    Quote Originally Posted by GREENFISH View Post
    I havenít been in so long I donít even know what youíre talking about
    Me too, buddy, me too !!
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    So which one worked? North wind was a beast, not many places to hide when its out of that direction, it just swirls around the lake....jigging trees was tough.

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    Nothing worked for me. 2 year old motor wouldnít start. Tried rigging and longlining near settlers trace, no crappie for me.


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    i caught nothing. like said before wind was bad, water is back down, water 83-84 degree blue bird skies i spider rigged the mouth of an inlet across from dam and all through ashes creek fished 4 hrs not a bite
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    It was rough, but good to be out. Now I dont feel so bad. No crappie for me either, caught 2 cats and a saugeye on hair jigs.

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    I would expect the crappie population to be a little thin based on what was harvested this spring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quailtail View Post
    I would expect the crappie population to be a little thin based on what was harvested this spring.
    In terms of "keeper" sized fish (& larger) .... I tend to agree. Not that I did all that much damage to the population this year, but a few years back - when the 13-14" fish seemed to appear out of nowhere - I did notice a decline in size & numbers through the rest of that year & a couple of years following. And I believe that year was prior to the size limit increase to 10" for "keeper" Crappie.
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