Well... not a lot to report. We decided it would be best to try out our friends 17 ft extra wide shack. It was a great shack to be fishing in but it's about as permanent as an ice house comes..
Overall we got a few really nice crappies a few more not so nice sized crappies and one northern pike.
My tip for Centerville lake is the same as it always is; Use gold colored jigs or lures. Gold always out catches the other colors on that lake.. Always. Take it or leave it.
BTW.. minnows were to big for even the large crappies. They would sniff em and swim away. I was tipping a small flat gold jig with one euro larvae and I was catching most of the curious fish by drawing them upward from the bottom. If they came up I could usually trick them into tasting.
A few of the nice crappie were suspending half way down the water column. So working the bottom the entire time isn't necessarily going to produce..
The lake has some really nice fish in it but right now I prefer Peltier. Panfish and pike have been good on peltier this year.
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