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I am out on a lake in central minnesota fishing in 45 fow with a ton of fish suspended from bottom all the way up to 15 feet below the ice. I have been picking up a few, however it has been crappies and eyes. Does anyone have any tips to help me out. I catch a few craps and they are either 6 or 7 inchers or they are the 13 to 15 inchers. Last year it was all nice ones. I am in the same spot using same technique. Any tips on new techniques or ideas and to go deeper or shallower would be awesome.

Thanks, Walleye Man Dan.

A bad day fishing is better then a good day at school or work!

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Been a funny year all around. Your crappies may already be in the roaming attitude that we see them in just before ice-out. Or they could be relating tightly to weeds.

On tonka last weekend we had to find shallower water with weeds and get the jig right down to the bottom thru those weeds to find any fish...period. 10 to 12 feet was as deep as we could go without losing the fish. The Marc showed as 8 feet, but it was the weed tops being read. They were that thick, trust me. And that jig had to be teased down to the bottom to get any sort of response from even small fish.

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