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post #1 of 34 (permalink) Old 04-13-2014, 12:41 AM Thread Starter
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Pan fish

Caught a decent slab along with a few good eaters, both crappie and bluegill. Caught a bunch and missed a bunch of small ones too. lost track of the day.

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Re: Pan fish

Cool,where did you get em,Cross Creek?
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Strip pond out by Murdocksville. I going to try and hit Cross Creek this week.
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Re: Pan fish

kept 18 eater bluegills today. The crappie slacked off a bit from the cold weather I think. Be eating good tomorrow.
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Re: Pan fish

Very nice Crappie. I am leaving for Cross Creek Lake in exactly 24 minutes to catch one dozen of those......I hope.
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Took 15 home yesterday. My favorite fish to eat.

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Re: Pan fish

how do you cook them?
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Filet them up, bread with whatever you like and fry them up.
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That pic looks like the back end of the lake(the flood control area)right by the guard shack entering the well access road.
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dang near in your backyard
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