3-20-2010 Enid Lake


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By Black Cell - Posted on 22 March 2010

Started out at the washed out bridge on Billy's Creek and my party and I caught 5 or 6 under-sized crappiei on minnows. We were fishing around the old wood supports. At about 9 a.m. the fished turned off so we moved to the Fly Mountain side of O'tuckalofa creek. We caught nothing, but heard that they were biting at Wild Cats (we didn't go because we didn't want to fight the crowd heading over there). We finished the day at the old temporary boat ramp by Billy's Creek. We caught four saucer sized pumpkin seed Brim but no Crappie. A guy that was tube fishing had six slab crappie from that area out. He said that they were out in the deeper brush piles. Another group of guys in two man jon boats had about the same number and said the same thing. My guess is that they haven't started moving into the beds yet because out of the one's I saw, I didn't see any "sow" crappie fat with eggs. They will probably be a little delayed by this cold rainy weather, but they should be moving onto the beds either by the end of this week or middle of next.
God-speed and remember, A bad day fishing is better than the best day at work.

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