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There's no time like spring, whether you're on Cherry Creek, Prewitt or Sterling or anywhere really! Man May and June are just the funnest times.

I couldn't figure out the walleye like my friend did with only 4 comparing to his numbers. But the crappie were working out quite well. Strange we were getting the crappie on 4 inch swimbaits. Anyway here is the haul with a video. :)
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Good job. Yeah walleyes are SHALLOW post-spawn. They're hungry. Got all ours in 6 ft or less. The craps are hiding from me lately.
 

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Good job. Yeah walleyes are SHALLOW post-spawn. They're hungry. Got all ours in 6 ft or less. The craps are hiding from me lately.
I didn't expect any females. I rarely catch a female post spawn, but then again never really tried to get to areas they might be in. The crappie were a pure luck thing for me. I just threw whatever I could at them.
 

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Hey Dr, looks like Slayer is rubbing off on you. You never used to keep fish (or post) like that :cool:. this is a fun time of the year.
 

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Hey Dr, looks like Slayer is rubbing off on you. You never used to keep fish (or post) like that :cool:. this is a fun time of the year.
Yea, most people I talk to say “gross, how can you eat fish, they taste fishy” I laugh at those statements first of duh, tastes fishy because their fish and secondly walleye does not and is why I enjoy eating it, I’m not big into the fish that taste like fish. I hear crappie is even better.
 
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