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2007/03/24 12:31:36 (permalink)

Bald eagle

Anyone been fishing the eagle.  Crappies should be starting soon if the weather warms up fast.
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    Loon10
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    RE: Bald eagle 2007/03/26 01:14:56 (permalink)
    Where is this located?  I'm not sure I know where you're talking about.

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    STEALYS4ME
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    RE: Bald eagle 2007/03/26 09:53:33 (permalink)
    Centre co, bald eagle state park.
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    RE: Bald eagle 2007/03/26 12:37:49 (permalink)
    Ahhh, gotch ya.

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    STEALYS4ME
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    RE: Bald eagle 2007/03/26 20:50:51 (permalink)
    Like to check out that curwensville lake this spring too heard there are big slabs to be had.  Hoping to get a freezer full this yr,  Last yr, was a good yr, see what this yr, brings.
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    RE: Bald eagle 2007/03/26 20:52:38 (permalink)
    I've heard the same about curwensville.
     
    Also heard there's some nice muskie in there too. Atleast i think it was that lake.

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    STEALYS4ME
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    RE: Bald eagle 2007/03/27 08:48:28 (permalink)
    Last yr, at the crappie tournament  on curwensville they got one crappie 18 inchs.  Some sportsman club last fall also stocked full grown walleye 17-20 inchers over 3,000 stocked.  Im going to drag the boat up there next month sometime and give it a try.
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    RE: Bald eagle 2007/03/27 14:18:29 (permalink)
    Ok guys, I went sunday.... the lake is down at least 20 -30 ft yet, the spillway is cranked wide open, we caught some perch below the dam along with some other people but nothing to write home about..save your gas!
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    RE: Bald eagle 2007/03/27 20:14:46 (permalink)
    Thanxs   i figured maybe in a few week it will get better.  Went to cumberland dam below the brest got one walleye on a wax worm around 16 and one bass 14 fishing seems slow yet water still needs to warm up a bit.
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    RE: Bald eagle 2007/03/28 19:22:17 (permalink)
    My wife and I fished off the shore on Monday. We caught lots of small perch and a few crappies as well. 
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    RE: Bald eagle 2007/03/28 19:43:54 (permalink)
    Need the water to warm up abit and then the bite will be on.
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    RE: Bald eagle 2007/04/14 18:59:00 (permalink)
    Anybody been hitting the dam latly just an update on the crappies thanxs.
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    RE: Bald eagle 2007/04/22 18:18:44 (permalink)
       How is the fishing on Sayer?  Did the water level come up yet?
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    RE: Bald eagle 2007/05/10 19:54:46 (permalink)
    Wonder if the crappie are up yet they should be????
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    RE: Bald eagle 2007/05/11 18:16:15 (permalink)
    If the dogwoods are blooming, they will come. lol

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    RE: Bald eagle 2007/05/12 20:02:24 (permalink)
    MIKASTORM  I GET YOUR DRIFT SEEMS LIKE THEY ARE HITTING GOOD WHEN THE DOGWOOD BLOOM.
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    RE: Bald eagle 2007/05/12 20:36:30 (permalink)
    Caught a bunch of small crappies today.  Barely any keepers.
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    RE: Bald eagle 2007/05/12 22:34:33 (permalink)
    Im heading up on monday going to drag the boat up do some serious fishing see how it gos.
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    RE: Bald eagle 2007/05/16 11:48:56 (permalink)
    Fished monday caught many many small ones was able to catch 23 keepers.  Wonder where the big ones are???
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    RE: Bald eagle 2007/05/16 14:33:49 (permalink)
    Have given up on this lake this year, been down a couple times but can't get any keepers.  Many times they are not even close, a ton of 5-7 in fish.
    Talking to others on the lake they are seeing the same.
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    RE: Bald eagle 2007/05/16 16:30:29 (permalink)
    Last yr, we seen many nice crappie caught a few 13 inchers now whats going on with that lake??
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    RE: Bald eagle 2007/05/17 13:05:15 (permalink)
    http://www.fish.state.pa.us/images/fisheries/afm/2006/3x07_25sayers.htm
     
    taken from the link above.  Crappie fishing may not be very good for 2-3 years.
     
    "The catch rate of legal-size black crappie in the 2006 survey was about threefold higher than in 2004, which should make for good angling this year. Most crappie populations are generally characterized as cyclic, with irregular reproductive success and a good year-class entering the fishery every few years. Anglers are encouraged to take advantage of the good 2002 year-class currently entering the fishery. On average, black crappies reach legal-size by age 4 in Sayers Lake; thus, the majority of legal-size crappies this year (2006) are comprised by individuals from the 2002 year-class. Data collected during the 2004 and 2006 trap net surveys suggest that 2003 and 2004 produced weak year-classes of black crappie. These year classes should reach legal-size and enter the fishery in 2007 and 2008, respectively, which may result in reduced angler catch rates of legal-size crappie as compared to this year. However, the 2005 year-class appears to be very strong and should provide for improved numbers of larger crappies when this year class enters the fishery. As mentioned above, fluctuations in crappie populations are common and the boom/bust cycles occur in most crappie fisheries."
     
     
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    RE: Bald eagle 2007/05/17 13:54:03 (permalink)
    THANX FOR THE LINK GOOD INFO...
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    RE: Bald eagle 2007/05/26 18:05:51 (permalink)
    Fished the lake thurs, and friday and did really well caught 18 that were over 10 inchs with 4 being 13 inchs nice fattys.  Did alot of searching have to look hard for them but if u find them u will hammer them. 
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    RE: Bald eagle 2007/05/27 08:31:48 (permalink)
    Do you see any fish on your locater?

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    RE: Bald eagle 2007/05/27 11:53:53 (permalink)
    TONS  SCREEN TURNED BLACK.
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    RE: Bald eagle 2007/05/27 15:05:16 (permalink)
    Thats good to hear. The way it was earlier it sounded like the dead sea. lol

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    RE: Bald eagle 2007/05/27 15:15:31 (permalink)
    3 of us fished Sayer yesterday form Upper Greens to the no wake to try and stay away from the crowds. We caught a ton of fish but they were all dinks. Most of them were right off the banks. Only caught 3 or 4 legal ones. We fised from 9 till the thunderstorm. We got off just in time but didn't get the boat on right so had to wait out the storm and then put boat on triler right. The whole back end of the boat was full of water. Had to run bilge pump 10-15 mins. to get out all the water. Hope no one got caught in the storm. What a down pour!!!!!!!
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    RE: Bald eagle 2007/05/27 22:37:59 (permalink)
    Not a good thing to be in. No, No, No!

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    RE: Bald eagle 2007/06/05 20:27:47 (permalink)
    Anybody been doing any good.  Wondering if this cold front will screw the fish up. 
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