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If stocked into a lake with fatheads or other minnows, the trout grow more slowly, to about eight inches in fall.
The shoreline fishermen are casting minnow-style plugs, with chrome and bright colors getting the best reviews.
Jigs and jigging spoons can also be baited with minnows, maggots and waxworms.
Outlook: Department of Conservation reports: Crappies good on tube jigs and minnows near brush piles and weed beds; all other species slow.
Also from Weiss Lake, guide Mark Collins reports crappie action is picking up steadily on creek channel edges at 10 to 14 feet around woody cover and channel swings, with the best bite on live minnows fished a few feet off the cover.
The slabs are getting plenty of attention with medium or large minnows around the boat docks in Whiskey Slough.
The Maryland men’s basketball team played Catholic on Tuesday night because the Terps start final exams Wednesday, and who better to face before real tests than a Division III minnow?
Crappie fishing is steadily improving on channel edges in 12 to 18 feet--live minnows around structure is the best offering; www.markcollinsguideservice.com.
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