Thinking of chasing crappies on tonka this weekend. i'd assume they haven't quite moved in shallow yet, maybe i'm wrong. was planning on hunting the deeper water outside of channels (libbs, tananger, etc). any advice or experience appreciated. -don
well i fished all around browns (peavey & tanager), wayzata, lafayette, and around big island ... a few smallish fish during the daylight hours, but nothing consistent. however, once 7pm hit, the fish started moving in. i got a bunch (15 or so) ... some around 1 lb, most smaller ... between 7 and 7:30. then i had to go home for the day. i guess i take away from this that evening fishing is best
yeah, it was sunday. the water temps were 43 on the low end (south side in the main lake) to 49 on the high end in peavey late afternoon. it was 46-47 where i actually caught fish. i didn't fish the real small bays like peavey at 7pm when the fish were on. i happened to be in echo bay then. would have been interesting to see if/when the fish turnedon in grandpa's or peavey or some of the smaller northern bays.
Anyone fishing crappies on tonka yet? - - -
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