No job for me this morning, so I got out on the lake. The cold front got here just after I launched, and the wind blew from the northwest all day. Water temp was 48 to 51 degrees. The lake is slowly clearing, but still pretty dingy.
I didn't get a bite at all in my usual water, so I went exploring. And I found some fish. It took me all day, but I caught 25 keepers. Most were really nice fish. They were 9 to 10 feet deep, in 10 to 20 feet of water, holding a drop-off. They bit both a 1/32 oz and 1/8 oz jig. Purple/chartreuse was again the color. All fish were released today.
A Cedar Creek limit in December and then a Cedar Creek limit in January. Imagine that!
There were some nice black crappie.
And there were some nice white crappie.