Good place for crappie/panfish off bank?

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tangov559

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what's a good place to get some crappie or panfish?
 
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Hillsboro...around the area would be great..
 
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Well, there's Henry Hagg Lake/Res. not far from you. There are also smaller lakes in and around the islands on the Columbia too (Smith & Bybee, for example). I believe that the St. Louis Ponds would be a good bet as well. And there are probably many others too. Maybe some other OFFers can chime in.
 
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St. Louis from Mid Spring - Early Fall. Anything small and moving, I'd personally rather use a beaded fly over a jig, slower presentation = staying in the strike zone longer, tiny worm with no weight or a stick float is great as well.

Dry flies are great at St. Louis as well.

I don't target Panfish anymore, but St. Louis used to be my favorite place, and I still get Bluegill once in awhile while fly fishing for the Trout.

Experiment around, Bluegill will eat bread lol.
 
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thanks guys..i'll check it out..
 
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