Any spring crappie pics yet?

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This next week may get them snapping on shallower lakes and ponds.
 
00Swede
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That one is a beaut for sure, but were there more?
 
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00Swede said:
That one is a beaut for sure, but were there more?
Only 1 we caught that day actually
 
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bucketman009 said:
This next week may get them snapping on shallower lakes and ponds.
Yup. Temps in the 70's will warm the water up, and get 'em active.
 
00Swede
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bucketman009 said:
Only 1 we caught that day actually
Don't know what it is about those crappie but I love fishing for them. I usually make a trip or 2 over to Prineville Reservoir and/or the Snake but have never got one close to that one.
Didn't even go last summer with Covid and all, but all vaccinated up now and will be traveling more this summer.
Thanks for the "motivator"!
 
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How long was that crappie? A beaut! What lures do you use for pan fish?
 
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00Swede said:
Don't know what it is about those crappie but I love fishing for them. I usually make a trip or 2 over to Prineville Reservoir and/or the Snake but have never got one close to that one.
Didn't even go last summer with Covid and all, but all vaccinated up now and will be traveling more this summer.
Thanks for the "motivator"!
Probably cross off Prineville Res and Ochoco Res for the next two or three years without a lot of winter snow in the mountains. drought is killing them over here.
 

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