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Southern Illinois Rend Lake 2-27-11


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By Crappie Predator - Posted on 27 February 2011

Another great day on Rend lake. We have been catching our 25 fish per person limit every day since the ice came off. Fish are coming in 9-16 FOW one pole vertical jigging. Recent rains have brought the water level up 8+ inches and muddied the water but the fish dont seem to care.

Nick Shafer
www.crappiepredator.com

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No they are not hurting it at all. They been staying away from the crappiei fishermen this year.

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nice stringer nothin like fresh crappiei are the commercial fishing guys hurtin the bite

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Pomoxis is a genus of freshwater fish in the sunfish family (family Centrarchidae) of order Perciformes. The type species is P. annularis, the white crappiei. The common name crappie (pronounced /ˈkræpiː/), refers to either of the Pomoxis species, both of which are extremely popular game fish.

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