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I hit all three lakes today searching for Crappie. I caught one small bass in Beech, nothing in Alder (though I only made about 5 casts), and one bass in Cedar. However, my bass in Cedar was a nice one. 3lbs 2oz!
See if you can pick out something interesting in this photo:
His mouth is wide open because he has about a 6oz bluegill wedged in there. The tail is sticking out and he still ate my shaky head worm! I weighed the bass with the bluegill in its mouth because you want to get all the weight you can!
Did you pull the bluegill out? Was the bluegill stuck because of it's fins? I hope he got to eat that 'gill, he could stand to put on a pound or two. Nice catch!
Thanks for the crappie advice. I have been using the 4-5' between bobber and jig while fishing deep, but to no avail. I will persist, of course, but would like to get this crappie bite going! The shaky head was for bass only.