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Anyone fish Yellow lately?

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I might be going to Yellow Lake this weekend. I was wondering if anyone was catching Crappies out there. I heard Devil's has been slow. Any good news for me?

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i fished there a week ago sunday, from 6am til 2pm out off of jeffries landing. in fact, there was 6 of us - ended up with 2 perch, a crappie and a tulibee. not even any bites after 8 am. really slow.
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is there a way to get onto little yellow during ice?
any other people fishin pigs out there on yellow?

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There is the "old access" on the southwest side of the lake...at least it was open about three weeks ago. There is a realtor sign there. Also, earlier, they were going on between Big Yellow and Little Yellow; then follow th shoreline south . There is open water close, so hug the shoreline. Last reports I had were mixed...some getting fish...some not...some nice ones...some not...go figure

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There is the "old access" on the southwest side of the lake...at least it was open about three weeks ago. There is a realtor sign there. Also, earlier, they were going on between Big Yellow and Little Yellow; then follow th shoreline south . There is open water close, so hug the shoreline. Last reports I had were mixed...some getting fish...some not...some nice ones...some not...go figure

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anyone been out lately??? with the warmer
weather hopefully the bite will pick up...
plan on heading up this weekend,may try a
small hole called lonestar for crappies
limited out last spring after drilling about
a third of the lake and found them

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be careful on lonestar - that's technically private property between the lake and the highway. i don't know the owner or how they feel about trespassing. just a heads up.
dan

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