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This coming weekend im predicting female crappie should move up. With warm temps this week. Ok fellas lets be respectful of each other on the water. Some guys fishing on the bank yesterday evening decided to cast in front of my trolling motor I was a good 60 feet in front of them, I had politely put my rod down when I trolled past them to get to the back of a cove, thankfully my wife was in the boat. Anyway ill be going at night bigger crappie. Have a good work week guys, only 5 days till they are in full swing.

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x2 on the niblet ive done pretty good on the bobby garland blue ice color in clearer water but the chart 2'' grub amd blk/chart strollR been my best producer.

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Look for spawning coves with gravel banks. Chunk rock banks will hold fish in certain spots. Rock banks adjacent to channel swings and old road beds are great. If you find a location with deep water close with brushpile close and gravel bank you've found a sweet spot. There will be fish in the pile, fish in between pile and bank staging, and spawners on the bank. Mainly as Aggressor mentioned be respectful and find a bank or cove thats not crowded. I'll give up a bank or spot if some Ahole crowds me out. I usually tell him he needs to sell his boat if he cant find any of his own fish on the whole lake. It's easy to find fish if there spawning just go to another area with same features and start fishing. I hate crowds and am always respectful to bank fishermen. They are confined to certain locations and i have the whole lake to find other fish. I also don't like spawn chasers. People who only crappie fish when they are easy to catch. They dont know enough about crappie to know the next cove over has fish in it to. They see 2 or 3 boats in a area and think man they gotta be loaded in there and wont think twice about fishing on top of you. Enough of my complaining. Was trying to help a guy out and got side tracked. Just search for gravel, rock, and good looking banks close to channel swing and you'll find fish bud. If You are slick enough to find the old roads that crossed the creeks before lake was built then they're hot spots 2. Spend sone thime on google earth and you'll see what I'm talking about. Walleye hang on the old road beds 2. Good luck bud. PM me if you need anymore advice.

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