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Crappie Report ,4 Long Lake, New Brighton

PikeMan Seank

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Hey everyone whats up?

Heres the report for crappies at long lake new brighton. The weeds are mostly gone and the water is coolin off rapidly and the crapppies are hittin strong! laugh.gif.

The Fishing off the Dock is pretty good right now use a crappie minnow with a slip bobber and fish about 3-4 feet deep from about 5 feet out of the dock. Or if you are a jiger like me wink.gif use a small flu flu jig tiped with either a jumbo crappie minnow or a fathead for best results. But what never fails at long lake anywhere on long is a small crappie jig or a small jig head with a mister twister!

If you use a boat out there, go to either one of the drop offs and jig with crappie jigs or minnows ect.. And were i had my best results at is in the bay before the channel to the 2nd part of long lake. Fish in the 8-9 feet areas. Also when its about ngiht time theres the best show at this time of year in that bay there are crappies are coming up to the surface and eating the little bugs ect.. But i mean theres tons and tons of them everywhere, one after another its awsome! laugh.gif but IF its the right time and conditions and its calm i see it happen and it last for about 10-15 minutes. sounds weird huh? but true. but anyways use a slip bobber and a jumbo crappie minnow or fathead and set your slip for about 7 feet. and If you jig use a small crappie jig or flu flu tiped with a minnow.


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