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Fall Crappies

January 6, 2013
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November 21, 2012

The day was just so beautiful that I couldn’t help but sneak in an afternoon fishing trip to Lake Ann.  My plan was to locate schools of crappies in the deep holes. Right away I began marking fish in 25′ to 30′ of water.  Using a small Marmooska jig tipped with a red wedgie. It didn’t take too long before I felt a lite tap.  Setting the hook way to hard I initially thought I missed.  Feeling another little tug I reeled up my line and found that I had hooked a crappie that measured all of about 2″.  What whopper.  There were lots of fish but the largest one I managed was about 4″.

The weather promises to be nice again tomorrow so I plan on heading to Lake Harriet to fish for musky.

– Hats

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