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You will see alot of cover for those crappie you want it is pretty easy to move around in the canoe to try alot of different cover. I would focus on stumps and laydowns as the gills seem to claim most of the vegatation. Alot of littler bass seem to hang in there with, I have seen some big splashes, assuming it was bass chasing gills. The one crappie I caught there was 15 inches very pretty for a black crappie (the uglier of the crappie species). But from most the guys I talk to down there, they havent had much luck locating them. I think its because the gills run the show in the cover, there are so many.
I heard along the dam is the best for walleyes, the perch I tagged were also in the vegatation, but nothing of good size yet. I haven't tried live minnows yet, I have been meaning to bring them down but just always deciding against it at the last minute.
Good Luck, let me know if you get into your fish. Might add I have seen some nice catfish coming out of the lake, but have not fished for them there yet.
 
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