Well folks, crappie season is finally going good and getting better every day . I have finally been able to catch fish at the brush pile on the south end of the lake . What does that mean? Big slab crappie until winter gets here!. In most places hot weather is tuff on crappie fishing , mostly you catch a lot of small crappie. Not where my brush piles are. It mean's big Slabbers , and easy to catch if you know where they are. And I have lot of new brush piles this year.
I am catching most of mine in about 12 to 15 feet of water on minnows. The thermocline is just starting to develop, and we are also in the last few days of the spawn . The lake levels are on there way back to normal . The Army Corps Of Engineers were doing some turbine work and it held the water levels high this year. Most of the crappie spawn up in the bushes well out of reach, but they finally let out some of the water and it is dropping fast . It should be back to normal bye mid May. Right now the water levels are at 9 feet! They can get that down in about 10 days .
Walleye fishing is great right now . With the water falling this makes walleye move out of the brush, to the points. I have been catching good numbers with a day limit of 5 , 18 inch walleye . This will last until the thermocline gets to about 22 feet. ( In about a month) I'm not going to say what on . I have to keep some things to myself!
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Here are some clients showing off their bounty from trips this summer.