Fished Cecil Bay on the 9th of January. 10 feet of water. Only fished for about an hour and a half and ended up catching probably close to 50. Vertical jigs and plastics. Real fun day! I ended up making a quick video too!
Oh, good. You saw my reply before they yanked it. Couldn't tell if you were trolling or legitimately asking.
Can't say with 100% certainty, but I doubt they'd pull shacks due to 4 days in the 30s. It's been making some serious ice lately, so this isn' going to damage anything.
26° - 30° F
Fished Cecil Bay 8am to 2pm 10 ft water
6 keeper gills all between 9-10 am
tungsten w waxie
Any tips for crappie?
Seems like they're better in PM?
26° - 30° F
Below 40° F
Fish were not hungry for me this morning. They would come to jig and leave. Winds got really harsh despite the milder temps. Ice was a consistent 16-18".
MOON PHASE (62%)
16° - 20° F
Went out from Bamboo Bar today. Wind never let up all day. Fished from 9AM - 4PM . Had 15 tip-ups out between 6 of us. Only had 3 flags all day! Saw many other people with tip-ups out doing nothing as well. Brought home 23" & 24" pike. When cleaning fish I found that their stomachs were bare bones empty besides the one that swallowed our large golden shiner!!! Don't ask me what that means, I'm a machinist for crying out loud, but it sure seems like the Northern Pike had a New Years resolution of their own! Ended up with some nice fillets, and as you'll see, I even save the "Y-bone" meat. If it's just you and the wife at home, deep fry those strips up before you enjoy the main course. What a great hors d'oeuvre while enjoying your brandy old fashioned or PBR. It's not like you didn't know there was going to be bones!!! And they pull out super easy! Better days ahead, guaranteed!