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chasen slabs
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Daily Subscription Msg 1 Posted: 12:42 AM 06/20/07 (CST)
you can catch a few crappies on blackduck off of steep falling points had the best luck in 10 to 12 feet trolling throwing a light tube

north twin is producing a few on the flats 6 to 8 foot cabbage beds casting is the way to go throwing small feather and hair jigs watch out for the bass they seem to like the same caught some nice bass out there

moose have to sneak up on them water is clear they spook easy casting for them from shallow to deep

island the eyes are biting on minnow and a jig in 9 to 12 feet good luck finding the keepers they all seem to big most of them go back caught 7 kept 1 the crappies are in 10 to 15 feet had a hard time catching them there nice when you do find one


heres some nice crappies i caught the last couple days sorry about the eyes it was kinda bright
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they were released
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Daily Subscription Msg 2 Posted: 12:57 AM 06/20/07 (CST)
Nice chasen slabs!!!!!

Thanks for the report...


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Daily Subscription Msg 3 Posted: 07:27 AM 06/20/07 (CST)
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Daily Subscription Msg 4 Posted: 07:35 AM 06/20/07 (CST)
Sweet report Chasen!



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Daily Subscription Msg 5 Posted: 07:36 AM 06/20/07 (CST)
Nice pics,
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Daily Subscription Msg 6 Posted: 08:17 AM 06/20/07 (CST)
You got yourself some beaut's!
Thanks for the report.
What kind of baits do you troll withthis time of year for those slabbers?







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chasen slabs
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Daily Subscription Msg 7 Posted: 01:59 PM 06/20/07 (CST)
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i was taught by an old timer that i still fish with
all you have to do is let out between 40 and 50 feet behind the boat the lake i was fishing last night was very clear but i was pulling over cabbage (which saved me from spooking them) that was in 7 to 9 feet
he taught this to me on a lake that had a mud bottom and no rushes to speak of just Lilly's the lake drops off right at the edge of the Lilly's the break is id say 1 to 1 drop most of the way around the lake so its a crappie haven but any way we trolled the edge in about 9 to 15 feet and this tactic works very well with a light hair jig becuse it stays high in the water callum at a low speed the tube runs a little deeper the reason i hook my tube in that fashion is it shortens up the bite and works like a rudder and keeps my hook from spinning up my line i hate it when my line spins up and raps around my tip, takes to much time to unwind your line
my speed is around .7 to 1.2 mph depending on what and where the fish are in the callum
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Daily Subscription Msg 8 Posted: 02:11 PM 06/20/07 (CST)
hay web dude go ahead
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Daily Subscription Msg 9 Posted: 02:19 PM 06/20/07 (CST)
Are you tying your own jigs too?



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chasen slabs
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Daily Subscription Msg 10 Posted: 02:41 PM 06/20/07 (CST)
i tie alot of bucktails and thought i would give it a shot still have yours in mind tho i like your colors beter then what i have to tie with and dont want to buy more hair i tried to use bucktail but i think the hair i have is to corse so i used synthetic do you take cards for your jigs or just check or do you have paypall you told me to try your starter kit but i didnt know how much to send for it
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