I would like to catch CRAPPIES like these in Colorado. Too bad they don't exist in Colorado.
I wish I remembered. I knew we had to stop in a little town Called Unity(don't quite remember) to grab some ice and fishing license. I know the lake was in the mountains.Burn-n-daylight said:What lake in oregon im headed home in a week or two to go salmon fishing in the columbia if i have time i would like to check out some of those crappies Thanks james
I think that's where the state record for Black Crappie came from. I could be wrong. Theres only stockers, bass and sunfish in there. Great place for kids to fish.Bass4Life said:Webster lake use to have big 15" Crapi in it before they re did the place. I haven't fished it for proably 5 years or so.
I've heard there's good fishing out in the midwest(Nebraska, Kansas, Arkansas and Oklahoma).coonass1962 said:I don't know about Colorado but my Uncle in Arkansas catches those daily. He also holds the personal record of the largest flat head in caught on a pole in Milwood Reservoir near Hope Arkansas. He was fishing with shad on the bottom and pulled up a 57 pounder.
I know what you mean. Like I said I don't eat much fish. But the last time I caught crappie @ Harvey Gap. My mom cooked it while it was still fresh. It was [email protected] good! Crappie fishing is itchin' for me to drive out west to catch some. Maybe have a crayfish cookout. The crayfish from Harvey Gap is really really clean(at least the lake is) and it's unbelievable how much crayfish they have in there.monkies_butt said:YES TONY does do EXIST in colorado. But only a dream away. Maybe when everyones tired of eating them. Then They will grow.