Post by salmonstreamer on May 2, 2010 13:56:41 GMT -5
We put in at Larrabees Point and started fishing around 7:30. By noon we had only 4 fish in the box a couple of perch and two crappie. Small white and small yellow perch were everywhere. We did get a few good bass and a pickerel mixed in with all the perch so it was a good morning. In the afternoon we found the larger yellow and a couple of much larger white perch. So all in all a good day and great weather to be on the lake.
Here's what dinner looks like (after a little prep of course).
One of the larger bass, about 10 in all. Some were only in the 10"range.
One cast 2 fish 2 species. One hit the front the other the back. You just never know fishing.
Nice pictures and report. I fish that area at least 3 days a week in the spring. Its good to see some pan fish fanatics out there. We have been getting into the big black crappies really heavy. I have only caught 4 white crappies all year. It's good to see those white crappies in your pic. They get really dark when in their spawning colors. Keep the reports coming and thanks.-Shawn
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