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Orleans Bridge Crappie and Whites


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Sixty degrees outside today with light winds...perfect day to be on the water.  Put in at Orleans Bridge at about noon.  Water temp was 48 degrees when I put in and 50 degrees when I finished.  Caught at least 50 to 60 crappie and took home close to a limit...haven't filleted them yet!  Two of the crappie were 14 inches and many were in the 13 inch range.  Also caught 12 to 15 whites.  I probably wouldn't have put any on my stringer if I knew that I would catch lots of keeper crappie. The whites were not huge, but they will fillet quite well.  Also picked up a 18" largemouth...hard to get a good picture when you are on a kayak!  

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5 hours ago, J.M. said:

Where is Orleans bridge?

Someone can correct me if I'm wrong, but I have always called the steel bridge on the Little Sac River just as the river starts to enter the lake the Orleans Bridge.  If you use google maps and find the 123 bridge in Aldrich...just work your way back where the Little Sac enters and the first bridge you will see is the Orleans Bridge and the second is referred to as the Taylor Bridge.

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