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Late Winter Bite! Still GOOD! #13447617 02/22/20 02:42 PM
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The late winter bite is still very good.Crappie are staging for their upcoming spawn. Also catching some fat female Bluegill hanging out with the Crappie along with some nice Redear !
Fish are being found by brush piles in 16 to 18 feet of water and by overhanging tree limbs in 14 feet of water. Jigs Chartreuse/Red, Yellow/Red, and Chartreuse/Black got great results.
A couple of nice bass were also caught using a White/Red Rooster Tail in about 4 to 5 feet of water. Love this time of year when you can still catch a nice variety of fish. woot



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Re: Late Winter Bite! Still GOOD! [Re: Laker One] #13447765 02/22/20 04:59 PM
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Nice fish Laker! You guys are nailing em for sure!



Side Note: Are you finding eggs in any of the Bluegill?

Re: Late Winter Bite! Still GOOD! [Re: Laker One] #13448226 02/23/20 02:09 AM
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Nice bucketful Curtis...now the fun starts (cleaning these guys)

Re: Late Winter Bite! Still GOOD! [Re: Laker One] #13448395 02/23/20 12:37 PM
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That's some good diner you got there. I've caught a few longears and 'gills while chasing sandies up the creeks with the flyrod. I can hardly call it winter anymore though as the trees are budding out and everything is greening up, heck I've even mowed the yard twice. Can't wait for the Rio bite to start again.

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Re: Late Winter Bite! Still GOOD! [Re: Laker One] #13448453 02/23/20 02:18 PM
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Gitter: Finding eggs in the crappie but no any in the Bluegill. Still a little early for the sunfish.

Re: Late Winter Bite! Still GOOD! [Re: Laker One] #13448534 02/23/20 03:29 PM
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Thanks Laker. Keep up the great fishing!

Re: Late Winter Bite! Still GOOD! [Re: Laker One] #13448694 02/23/20 06:38 PM
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RING THE BELL!!! hooked azn


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Re: Late Winter Bite! Still GOOD! [Re: Laker One] #13449291 02/24/20 11:08 AM
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Nice fish Curtis. Good job. thumb




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