Glendale lake In may

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2010/05/17 19:11:56 (permalink)

Glendale lake In may

Yes there are trophy crappies in glendale i've witnessed alot being caugh over 12 inches......and Troy Bender caught one 19 3/8 inches in mudlick........We have been pullin them hogs in anywhere from 18 feet of water to 5 feet of water. Just have to know where to be at the right time

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    bigfoot
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    RE: Glendale lake In may 2010/05/18 10:58:49 (permalink)
    19 3/8" crappie? WOW. Like to see a pic or 2 of that!!!

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    RE: Glendale lake In may 2010/05/19 08:02:29 (permalink)



    Eat what you catch,troll for cows.
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    RE: Glendale lake In may 2010/05/19 12:08:12 (permalink)
    That pic is the state record pic isn't it?
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    RE: Glendale lake In may 2010/05/19 13:33:17 (permalink)
    Yep. Quite the pig.

    Eat what you catch,troll for cows.
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    RE: Glendale lake In may 2010/05/19 22:40:55 (permalink)
    2 crappie were caught from glendale in march that were both 20". They were 3.44lbs and 3.3 something like that. They were a little shy of the state record. TWO fish like that within a week of each other from the same lake. Impressive....,

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    RE: Glendale lake In may 2010/05/20 00:13:39 (permalink)
    That is some BIG craps. I'd p myself.

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    RE: Glendale lake In may 2010/06/04 15:24:04 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: hiclassHilbilly

    2 crappie were caught from glendale in march that were both 20". They were 3.44lbs and 3.3 something like that. They were a little shy of the state record. TWO fish like that within a week of each other from the same lake. Impressive....,


    Hard to imagine crappie that size in a hard fished lake.  They are like trophy bucks I guess-smart.
    I saw a picture of one of those fish.  They said it was 20" and 3.49 lb.  Didn't hear about the other 20 incher.   Awesome fish!!!   Why doesn't one of them bite on my line.  Don't hold my mouth right I reckon.  lol
    post edited by Panfisher - 2010/06/04 15:25:34

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    RE: Glendale lake In may 2010/06/05 08:30:28 (permalink)
    fished glendale last week, dead sea, what happened to all the crappies??????....amish took them all out, very possible..fished that lake for 12 years and always caught some crappies, mostly small ones, now hard to catch a small one..another lake down the tubes, ask the guy at bait shop corner what record crappie is in pa, he said 24 incher taken in river...told him couldn't believe that at all...he argued thats true, thanks for google, record pa crappie is under 20 inches but weight is over 4 lbs, showed him picture, still did not want to believe me, world record is 21 inches caught in kentucky, weighed almost 5 lbs...showed him that two, this guy said spawn is on,...spawn is over in my book..
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    RE: Glendale lake In may 2010/06/08 10:14:58 (permalink)
    dead sea lmao lmao

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    RE: Glendale lake In may 2010/06/09 10:08:55 (permalink)
    you must think 5 in. blue gills is great fishin..
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    RE: Glendale lake In may 2010/06/09 10:38:43 (permalink)
    Lots of big bass in Glendale.  Lots of big bluegills too.  Need to go a little deeper for the big gills or catch them on their beds during the spawn.
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    RE: Glendale lake In may 2010/06/09 16:36:40 (permalink)
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    That doesn't even look real....lmao
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    RE: Glendale lake In may 2010/06/18 14:16:38 (permalink)
    Where do u fish at for the gills and what do u use
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    RE: Glendale lake In may 2010/06/21 08:59:21 (permalink)
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    Where do u fish at for the gills and what do u use


     
    Early in the year I get them on their spawning beds with a 1" mister twister on a 1/32 oz jighead tipped with a maggot or two.
     
    After they get off the beds, I hit deep structure (15 to 22') with double drop rigs tipped with a half a crawler and a leech.  You will pick up an occassional bass or walleye too but big gills love leeches. 
     
    Drift some of the deeper shorelines just where the weeds start to tail off and keep your baits near the bottom or just on top of the weeds. 
     
    The sunken bridge used to have some nice gills on it but I haven't fished it in a couple years. 
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