Today I weighed-in a solid white crappie from Allatoona, that may become the new lake record. The significance of this...................it was caught from a tree toppled several years ago by volunteers of this very program. The angler said he routinely targets these trees for crappie and said he felt it was "really a great program" for Allatoona.
Anyone else have a postive fishing experience or program observation they'd like to add to this thread?
i need to find out the lake records for alltoona, i weighed a crappie me and itry caught trolling last year, 2.8 17 1/2 inches. caught a hybrid last year over 9 lbs. then read a post on first bites brd. something about 8+ being the record?? need to start weighing some of my crappies i guess for records regularly catch then trolling 1 1/2 to 2+
Post by rally73sport on Apr 25, 2010 23:34:08 GMT -1
I know it's not a Bucca fish but this was off some northern trees. What I have been noticing over the last several month's is the heads are starting to get some meat on them. This fish tipped the scales at 4 pounds not real long but fat (not spawning fat either). Happy to see this program working.
Last Edit: Apr 25, 2010 23:36:39 GMT -1 by rally73sport