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Casey Jeaux

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  1. Thanks for the report. I've been wondering which ramps were still usable.
  2. Will I be able to launch at the marina ramp tonight, or is the water too high?
  3. Thanks, I wasn't sure if they still had bait or not. When I stopped in Sunday after fishing, the bait tanks didn't seem to be in use. Guess I just didn't look closely enough.
  4. That wouldn't be bad at all. Thanks for the info
  5. On the way to Bridgeport on Sunday, I saw that Crossroads Store is closed. Does anyone know where I might be able to buy minnows. Coming from Springfield. Can go through Crane or Reed Spring.
  6. SOLD I've had this TM for about a year. I have used it almost exclusively for dipping jigs for crappie on Truman, so it does have some bumps and bruises, but the motor runs great. I plan to start fishing more crappie tournaments, so I want to upgrade to a 36 volt for my 18' Ranger. Asking $800
  7. I just posted a year old 80#-45"-24 volt Fortrex on Craiglist for $800
  8. I've been wanting to try spider rigging for walleye on Bull Shoals for a long time and finally broke out the racks and rods Wednesday. It isn't my favorite way to fish, but when they want it sssllllooooowwwww, it can be a dynamite way to explore.I fished a lot of the same water that Duckydoty fished from above Snap to just below the powerlines. Concentrated on the 10 - 14 fow range. Used double 1/4 oz jig rigs with tubes and tipped with minnows on the bottom jig. Caught one baby crappie just above Snap and missed a couple more hits. After that nothing until I got to where the channel swings ac
  9. Casey Jeaux

    ICE

    Beagle did a post over on Crappie.com/Missouri forum
  10. Fishinwrench, For future reference, can you just replace the cap? I've already done this once because the cap cracked and the cap is what holds the float. Of course the tank would still probably need to be removed and drained to get the washer out, but the cap is a lot cheaper than $180.
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