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1 hour ago, Smelty said:

Any word on if they're running yet?  - water temp looks like it has hit that 42 degree range

 

By the time anybody mentions it here, if they do, it will be too late.  You just have to go do your own legwork.

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Answer to that is a big no....and I doubt it will get mentioned on here when it does....it turns the shoreline in to a ridiculous crowd and an even more ridiculous trail of destruction behind

 

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21 hours ago, Smelty said:

Any word on if they're running yet?  - water temp looks like it has hit that 42 degree range

Some things are better kept quiet, kinda like the crappie runs. They gone before anyone posts about it. when the Simcoe

 forums die out the crappie are in.

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1 hour ago, Tyler0420 said:

Some things are better kept quiet, kinda like the crappie runs. They gone before anyone posts about it. when the Simcoe

 forums die out the crappie are in.

 

Speaking of crappie, I have a couple of good spots that aren't on the radar. These are time sensitive spots too. You'll start to scope in later April, be convince nothing is around, go back the next day and its like a switch was flipped on. Until it goes quiet again. The same applies to smelt. Go down twice a day to see activity of fishers, then get in on it, you may have a couple of days or a couple of weeks (at most).

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