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Old 03-16-2012, 03:00 PM   #1
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I've been out lately, the crappie bite has deffinetly cooled along with everything else.
Water has went up to almost normal pool. But water is looks like coffee with all that creamer in it. The stump I am showing in water two days ago only had 3 inches of water at base of it. It is a 2 1/2 foot stump with only 4 inches showing.
The rocks extend into the water and are barely under water but you can't see them

Also there is random debree laying out on the lake. Be careful guys and gals!


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Old 03-16-2012, 03:14 PM   #2
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Once in a rental canoe on Delaware, we were paddling along when we stopped with a bang like we hit a wall. It turned out there was an old U-channel sign post that had been sawn off, and the end was about 1 inch under the water.
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Yea guys stay as far away as possible. Lakes a supposed mess. And i think all the fish were blown away with the storms
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It is very muddy out here. on a side note if you are after carp they are already.doing their crazy jumping all around the lake!
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Thanks for the update kw may try the main lake for a bit on sat
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It is very muddy out here. on a side note if you are after carp they are already.doing their crazy jumping all around the lake!
wow, just wow, thats like a month early! Usually they don't start jumping around like that until at least mid-april.
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Yea I was on the lake Thursday and saw a lot of carp jumping. On Thursday, any where east of the fireman's park was real muddy and a lot of debri was floating around.
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Mark down another body of water with carp jumping. Greenie bite was on too.
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We here carp jumping at buckeye year around. I heard them all through december last yr
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We here carp jumping at buckeye year around. I heard them all through december last yr
Carp jumping are yearly on buckeye, they don't stop

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random debre such as tires, propane tanks, logs under the surface, a kangaroo so yes be careful out there.
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