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Pomme de Terre next weekend

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Went out again yesterday afternoon for about 3 hours once again no luck. Only fairly clear water is from State Park Marina to the dam. The rest of the lake is lucky to have 2" of visibility. Water temp around the dam was 43° but found some 52° water up around Haverstick.

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had a great morning saturday. 2 limits of crappie and headed home at 11:30. they were suspending in 15-20 fow 5-10 ft down. we were spider rigging and most of the fish weren't schooled tight. one here one there but we did get over a couple nice schools and have several rods go down at once. also caught 3 doubles on the day. probably landed 75+ fish lots of shorts (just barely) and never had one over 12". we were using minnows and water temp was 43 degrees and muddy. we were fishing a couple miles from the dam in a cove with no structure. about half and half black or white crappie, seemed like they came in bunches. we would catch whites for a while, then blacks, then back to whites, and so on. most of the shad we seen on the graph were still in deeper water but i don't mind fishing away from the shad as long as the fish don't mind either lol. not my favorite way to fish, but i just built this setup to use in my boat without drilling any new holes so i had to try it out...worked great. go get em boys!

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Way to go on the Crappie. We were hitting brush piles where they were before the water came up with no luck. We don't spider rig so guess l will just have to wait till they move back to the piles or to the bank.

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Thanks for all the input but the time is near.  I'm taking off at 3 am tonight to head southwest.  I will probably fish LOZ tomorrow but I would still like to know if Pomme would be a waste of time because of the water conditions.  Any of you fishermen/women been out on that lake this week?  I don't mind dirty water, I just have no confidence in chocolate milk!  I also have a fear of dodging debris in the water...  Thanks in advance for any reports or advice. 

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It's not really chocolate milk, but definitely stained.  Am sure some parts are more stained than others..  can see a few boats out fishing brushless today.  Outflow is slowly stepping down.

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