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Hey Gang,

Happy early Thanksgiving. I will have a day or two in early December to spend the day fishing...im deciding on whether to head down and do my usual thing on Taneycomo or pack up the kayak and head towards Stockton and get in on the tail end of the fall bite for the crappie and walleye.

I'm not looking for any spots..just wondering if the timing might be right to still find the fish in shallow areas like creeks and hugging shore spots that are easy enough to get to with a yak. Or if by then everything will have moved offshore...im a pretty terrible offshore fisherman...in fact im not that great of a fisherman period, but i sure try hard anyway!

I do have a Garmin on the kayak so i might be able to find a few pieces of structure to fish out a little deeper...

Thanks in advance!.

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I agree with MrGiggles. It all depends also on the weather. If things get particularly cold between now and when you come down it is very likely the fish will be deeper the even the 30' mark.

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On 11/20/2021 at 9:04 PM, MNtransplant said:

Hey Gang,

Happy early Thanksgiving. I will have a day or two in early December to spend the day fishing...im deciding on whether to head down and do my usual thing on Taneycomo or pack up the kayak and head towards Stockton and get in on the tail end of the fall bite for the crappie and walleye.

I'm not looking for any spots..just wondering if the timing might be right to still find the fish in shallow areas like creeks and hugging shore spots that are easy enough to get to with a yak. Or if by then everything will have moved offshore...im a pretty terrible offshore fisherman...in fact im not that great of a fisherman period, but i sure try hard anyway!

I do have a Garmin on the kayak so i might be able to find a few pieces of structure to fish out a little deeper...

Thanks in advance!.

There are some spots where you can park close and don't have to paddle far. Mostly protected from the wind too. Nobody in their right mind is taking a kayak across that lake, but the good thing is you don't have to. 

 

 

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