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2007/03/19 00:13:15 (permalink)

pymy

how the ice up there?  is it still there?  i am thinking of making a trip up there tomorrow night or wednesday night, but dont want to make the trip if there is still ice.  i was up there last tuesday, and the whole thing was still froze except the spillway area.  thanks guys

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RE: pymy 2007/03/20 17:06:09 (permalink)
I would think all the ice will be gone by this weekend with this warm up we'll get
 
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RE: pymy 2007/03/20 18:47:29 (permalink)
thanks ref.  i am going to head up even if its not open so i can check on camp. i just want to atleast fish 1 day

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RE: pymy 2007/03/27 06:30:45 (permalink)
Anyone hitting the stumps yet?? Got a big fry pan that keeps whispering fresh crappie please...

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RE: pymy 2007/03/27 21:37:35 (permalink)
I was up to Pymie today (not to fish) and I didn't see any ice. Frost, where did you get the nice Wiper?
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RE: pymy 2007/03/27 22:55:11 (permalink)
ORIGINAL: Split Shot

I was up to Pymie today (not to fish) and I didn't see any ice. Frost, where did you get the nice Wiper?


split shot,

i got that last year at moraine.  it was 28 1/2" and 10 5/8 lbs.  i caught it on a white spinner bait with ultra light gear.  that fish on ultra light was, well, an extremely fun catch.

i caught one almost the same size at pymy 2 years ago.
post edited by frost - 2007/03/27 22:56:31

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RE: pymy 2007/03/28 07:06:22 (permalink)
There is very little left. Took a drive around. Started at Jamestown- went to the welcome inn- then to the causeway- no ice
open water for as far as I could see
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RE: pymy 2007/03/28 10:00:48 (permalink)
Fished Pymy last night in one of my early season crappie honey holes.  NO ICE LEFT AT ALL on the north end.  In fact, the surface temp of the "hole" was 55 degrees.  Didn't take much to get 'er up there.  Needless to say, we caught fish. 
 
 
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RE: pymy 2007/03/29 15:20:46 (permalink)
Anyone fishing the linesville stump area or padanarum? Wondering if the panfish are biting.
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RE: pymy 2007/03/30 10:02:42 (permalink)
Crappie are hitting at Pymy
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RE: pymy 2007/03/30 13:17:30 (permalink)
doin more than hitting...were on FIRE last night

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RE: pymy 2007/03/30 13:55:59 (permalink)
Anybody wading for eyes?
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RE: pymy 2007/03/30 16:32:32 (permalink)
Is it too early to catch carp by the spillway?
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RE: pymy 2007/03/31 22:41:10 (permalink)
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Is it too early to catch carp by the spillway?


no i was up there tuesday, and saw guys catching them.  they were snagging them off the bottom while jigging for eye's, but they are starting to move in.  i dont know how great it will be this year with the spillway being closed for 10 months now or so.  it may take some time for the carp to get back in there with the numbers of past years.  they will definetly be back though

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RE: pymy 2007/03/31 22:56:32 (permalink)
ORIGINAL: countryfisher

Anybody wading for eyes?

 
Just got back We got nothing but cold feet.
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RE: pymy 2007/04/01 09:35:08 (permalink)
I fished the causeway yeasterday - only 3 perch.  Didn't get anything at the spillway - couldn't get close enough.  Saw a few crappie and a couple carp taken - not the best day.
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RE: pymy 2007/04/01 21:37:10 (permalink)
Fished Pymatuning yesterday (Saturday 3/31) for crappies.  Have only fished the lake a few times before so it was a learning event for me.  Launched at Jamestown at 7:00AM.  Didn't get into any fish until 12:45PM.  Found them off a point in 19' of water.  Had been fishing much shallower all day so maybe I was in the wrong depths all day.  Caught 7 before having to leave at 1:45PM.  Seem to have a pretty good average size to them with the biggest being 13.5".  Was using slip bobbers with minnows and fishing the bait only a few feet from bottom.  Hope to get to go back again in a few weeks to try it again.  Was surprised at how few boats I saw on the lake.
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RE: pymy 2007/04/02 08:37:05 (permalink)
Can you fish the weir(sp) =where the water comes out of the lake legally at this time of year?
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RE: pymy 2007/04/02 11:01:06 (permalink)
Yes you can fish there but the outflow is under the inland regs.
 
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RE: pymy 2007/04/03 18:54:22 (permalink)
ORIGINAL: fishin coyote

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Anybody wading for eyes?


Just got back We got nothing but cold feet.
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RE: pymy 2007/04/04 07:37:07 (permalink)
Where is a good place to start wading ? I've fished here with boat at Orchard Park, Tuttle,and Linesville but never tried wading. Have a good idea of what tackle to use just don't know the safer and more productive spots.

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RE: pymy 2007/04/04 16:10:41 (permalink)
Nice going Treefrog!
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RE: pymy 2007/04/04 16:54:04 (permalink)
ORIGINAL: bingsbaits

Where is a good place to start wading ? I've fished here with boat at Orchard Park, Tuttle,and Linesville but never tried wading. Have a good idea of what tackle to use just don't know the safer and more productive spots.

 
Any point in the lake.Floating Raps and rogues work for me.Charteuse has been hot this year.If you do a serch on this site there is alot of info on wading Pymatuning.
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RE: pymy 2007/04/05 06:04:08 (permalink)
Thanks tree.....

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RE: pymy 2007/04/05 18:49:46 (permalink)
Is there a day time bite at all or just a dawn and dusk bite ? Used to catch them all through out the day trolling but that was in deep water..

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RE: pymy 2007/04/08 23:21:25 (permalink)
Anyone catching eyes at pymy? Even though weather is colder it should be more stable than when the front first moved in.
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RE: pymy 2007/04/08 23:49:26 (permalink)
fsh att nite arownd the iylannd
i gott 15 onn thrsdey nite
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RE: pymy 2007/04/10 21:48:47 (permalink)
whats the best bait to use wading this time of year?
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RE: pymy 2007/04/10 22:47:44 (permalink)
Broken back rapalas, wally divers,or small spinners nice slow retrieve. Smaller baits help becuase the fish aren't so aggressive yet.
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RE: pymy 2007/04/11 01:12:00 (permalink)
i am partial to size 11 raps, in silver, chrome, and chartreuse.  been using them for years.
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