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About Kramr

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  1. โ˜บ๏ธ https://www.outdoorlife.com/blogs/gone-fishinโ€™/3-reasons-you-need-jack-plate-your-fishing-boat
  2. Different conditions call for different levels. In calm water I will up it to maximize my speed and efficiency. In choppy water I will put it all the way down to maximize boat control when connecting with each wave. Heck, your boat dynamics will change depending on how much fuel you have or how much water you are carrying in your live well. Why pay more for hydraulic if you are only going to set it and forget it? ๐Ÿ˜ฆ
  3. What 5bites said. Also, be sure to put it down after use so it won't get sticky.
  4. Gotta love having the lake to yourselves.
  5. Good job!! Had similar results with a 3-way with 1/2 crawler today for a limit of walleye. Will devote some time tomorrow to trolling flickers for crappie.
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    yes, crappie sliders are designed to be weedless.
  7. Kramr

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    Did catch a few crappie doing this but I'm like you, not much luck unless I'm trolling the thing. When I cast for crappie I usually a 1/32 to 1/8 oz jig with a 2 inch plastic bobbie garland grub. If there are a lot of hang-ups I will switch to crappie sliders.
  8. Caught this 24.5 inch and a 22.5 incher today. Wasn't actually targeting walleye, was trying to catch crappie.๐Ÿ˜’ Caught them throwing a #7 flicker shad up as close to the brush as I could.
  9. Thanks! Lots of info here to work with. Pretty much rain in the forecast for everyday we will be there. We have rain suits and a bimini so unless the rain is coming in sideways, we should be okay. ๐ŸŒฌ๏ธ๐Ÿ’ฆ
  10. Awesome Dan! Aren't you about due for another video? ๐Ÿ˜ Gonna be there next week. Any advice on what depth to find walleye or crappie?
  11. I have a short cut and visit it often for new fishing report updates. Wife and I even stayed there before.
  12. Wife and I are only fishing on weekdays to avoid crowds and still seeing a lot of people in the area we fished so I know others are out just like us. When you do go to MW, please post your trip results.
  13. Have to check that out. Certainly never heard of it. Quite a bit closer! Thanks!
  14. Wife and I are now retired and able to spend more time doing what we enjoy. Crappie fishing is one of those things and Mark Twain is the closest large lake that we can travel to for a one day outing. Hoping to get detailed crappie reports for MTL. Seems like this forum isn't well supported even though there a tons of people fishing Mark Twain. Not sure why this forum isn't busier. Anyway, please post your latest reports for what works and what didn't. The report doesn't have to be long, just specify the following. Where on the lake: What type of bank/area you found them: What total depth did you find them and what depth were they holding at: What technique did you use: You can copy paste the above into your response and just type after the colon if it makes it easier. I'm sure I left some detail(s) out so let me know what I should add.
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