North Center- We spent most of Friday out on north and south center. Mike at franks bait told us the north bay on north center was hot. We didn't get much luck other than a sunny or two. We hit a couple bays and came up with some really nice gills and a few nice crappie. All the crappies were caught by a 1/64 oz Blue hair jig and they were all caught on the west side of the lake..
South center- In the evening we headed to south center with nearly the same results but a few more crappies. This time a few were caught on a silver mepps too. The crappies were all in the shallower bays in 4 to 8 ft. of water.. That little blue hair jig with no bait was catching more fish than anything else tried. At the end of the day we had kept eight nice crappies and 3 really good gills.. probably threw back 20 sunfish but only one crappie was too small for the pan.
Forgot the batteries for my camera so I don't have any pictures but the lake and weather once the wind died was amazing. smoother than glass water and a bright, hot sun. I even ended up with the raccoon look because of my sunglasses.
Even eminent chartered accountants are known, in their capacity as fishermen, blissfully to ignore differences between seven and ten inches, half a pound and two pounds, three fish and a dozen fish. ~ William Sherwood Fox, Silken Lines and Silver Hooks, 1954