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Aliceville 3-28-11


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By rdendy - Posted on 28 March 2011

Fished from 8 am to 5 pm but did manage to get 26. Fished shallow in the morning but only caught a few keepers. I guess with the colder weather they moved off the bank because I couldn't find them. Fished the afternoon in 4 - 7 fow. Biggest fish was 2 lbs caught in 6 fow. Best bite came on the Crappie 101 jig head Charlie's Angel w/ pink / white body Crappie Assassin. Hopefully the weather is going to warm up a bit but ole man winter just don't want to give up. Oh well we're going to fish anyway good or bad. Pic shows the 3 biggest fish, would have lain them all out but I was to dang lazy to do so.

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What was the weight?

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I only weighed the biggest which was 2.01 lbs. The other 2 were a bit smaller.

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Nice Crappie!

Tmore,NYS

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