Wilmore water level and crappie bite?

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2010/11/19 15:34:27 (permalink)

Wilmore water level and crappie bite?

Is the launch area still open at Wilmore?  I don't need the dock to launch but I thought they were doing some work recently.  Also, is the water level back up and how's the crappie bite.  Thinking of dragging the boat up to the inlaws over the holiday weekend if there's a chance I can get out. 
 
How about Glendale?   Anyone doing any good on crappies?  I didn't make it out on Gdale at all this year. 
 
Thanks in advance..
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    rollcaster
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    RE: Wilmore water level and crappie bite? 2010/11/19 18:31:50 (permalink)
    Eyes. I havent been there in a while but I dont think they were doing any work on the dock. The water level was just so low alot of guys werent using it. I would bet the water level is fine now. They were working on the road but that was over a month ago and cant see that being a problem. But like I said I havent been there in a month or more.
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    RE: Wilmore water level and crappie bite? 2010/11/21 21:30:13 (permalink)
    Glendale produced some good slabs this spring
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    RE: Wilmore water level and crappie bite? 2010/11/22 08:55:56 (permalink)
    Weather isn't looking so hot for this weekend after T-day.  I may skip taking the boat up...don't really feel like fishing in snow showers.....
     
    thanks for the responses...
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    RE: Wilmore water level and crappie bite? 2010/11/25 15:12:06 (permalink)
    only one crappie in about 3 hours worth of fishing last weekend.   fished from the dock at the breast
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    RE: Wilmore water level and crappie bite? 2010/11/25 22:50:02 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: bigtrout4x4

    only one crappie in about 3 hours worth of fishing last weekend.   fished from the dock at the breast

    maybe u need 2 fish with crummel

    I have become comfortably numb
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    RE: Wilmore water level and crappie bite? 2010/11/28 12:08:17 (permalink)
    haha, crummel??   he's all wrapped up with his woman now!!    he gave up the fishing pole for a skirt!!
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    RE: Wilmore water level and crappie bite? 2010/12/09 22:47:55 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: bigtrout4x4

    haha, crummel??   he's all wrapped up with his woman now!!    he gave up the fishing pole for a skirt!!



    lol. How ya doing Tim? We are going to have to hook up this spring on my boat.
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    RE: Wilmore water level and crappie bite? 2010/12/28 12:13:03 (permalink)
    sounds good to me, plan on doing alot of fishing this spring
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