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HUBB
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9/23/14 9:08 PM CST
Fished the Willow this afternoon. 60°-62° water. We kept 13 nice crappies, and landed close to 20 walleyes with 4 being legals. Crankbaits in 10'-15' over wood.

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HUBB
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9/20/14 6:49 AM CST
Fished the Willow on Wednesday. Water levels are back up, and temps were 57°-60°. Had decent crappie action and several sublegal walleyes trolling shad raps.

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snakeman73
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9/7/14 12:25 PM CST
Killed em last wknd #5 jointed fire craw rapala 10-14fow

fishnfanatic
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9/6/14 11:18 AM CST
Anyone having any action on suspended crappie?

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9/1/14 7:47 AM CST
Fishing was a little slow Sunday, So I hit my go to lucky stump. I caught a couple nice crappies and a few big gills when the wake of all the by passers pushed me off the stump, I went to pull anchor and to my surprise a pulled up a pole that I had pulled out of my boat about seven year ago. What are the chances of that? Back to the report, Caught some on small gulp and small leeches tight to the bottom, I forgot my worms so I didn't get to try them. Weather permitting I'm going tonight with my old lost gold medallion graphite in hand.

pepperbox453
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8/29/14 12:30 PM CST
Thanks, the rain gear is already packed.

Trapper Jed
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8/29/14 4:00 AM CST
4 ft below max pool. That could change this weekend though, make sure you bring your rain gear.

pepperbox453
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8/28/14 10:24 PM CST
I am headed to the flowage this weekend. Just wondering how the water levels are? Are they letting the flowage fill with the rain we have gotten or are the gates open and water levels staying low?

Musky Ben
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8/26/14 12:13 AM CST
We had a very good hatch coming off Big St. tonight... very small midges along with a few of the caddis flies in a cream color. I saw one teenie tiny mayfly on the window and there was one other critter that I can't identify. It was enough to lock the front door and have everyone enter the building from the end without the light!!!

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8/25/14 7:42 PM CST
I'm pretty sure it was probely a caddisfly hatch. Seems like every year right around Labor Day they hatch up here.

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8/25/14 6:22 PM CST
No antenna Musky Ben. Black and about 1/4 inch long. Thousands of them floating, I didn't see any airborne.

Musky Ben
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8/25/14 10:17 AM CST
Docker:

That is too funny!!!

Musky Ben

Docker
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8/25/14 8:53 AM CST
I remember my aunt Midge.... She had antennae's! Big Smile

Musky Ben
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8/25/14 12:10 AM CST
If I remember correctly, gnats are a midge. Did this larger one have antennae that looked feathery like a moth??? If so, defintely a midge.

Musky Ben

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8/22/14 5:01 PM CST
Camped Tuesday thru Friday we did ok on pan fish until some type of bugs hatched Wednesday night, does anyone know what type of bugs hatched. They looked a little like a really big black nat.

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