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Discussion in 'Snow Goose Hunting Forum' started by Pirogue, Mar 7, 2007.

  1. Pirogue

    Pirogue Senior Refuge Member

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    Was on Wappapello crappie fishin' Tuesday(3-6-07) and was surprized at the number of migrators I saw...figured most were north of here already.
    Saw HIGH..and I do mean FRIGGIN HIGH migrators on and off all morning.Daylight till I left the lake at noon.
    So...they's a few fresh ones still headed towards you boys to the north !!!

    P
     
  2. orrghead16

    orrghead16 Senior Refuge Member

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    Very good news! :tu Those will be in our backyard in a few...

    Good Hunting,
    PATRICK OLSON
     
  3. kdog

    kdog Elite Refuge Member

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    So how many crappie did ya boat ?:D
     
  4. Bruce Carp

    Bruce Carp Senior Refuge Member

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    kdog asked my question?
     
  5. ALLSTAR 1

    ALLSTAR 1 Elite Refuge Member

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    Bruce; did you know that snow geese taste just like crappie if you filet them, roll them in cornmeal and deep fry in lard?
     
  6. I have several acquatainces that have been hammering them the last few days including a neck collared blue.
     
  7. kdog

    kdog Elite Refuge Member

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    Blue crappie...never heard of them
     

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