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Ok, I bought a kayak at the end of last fall and have been itching to get it out on falls this spring. I want to fish falls lake as hard as work will allow this spring summer and fall and have been doing alot of research. Ive been spending a lot of time on the navionics web app looking at the contours of falls and have been trying to get a few places I can fish the prespawn and spawn. Ive been looking at bartons creek both north and south of blue jay point, cedar creek where it goes near possum track road. I was wondering if anyone has ever fished these locations before and if I am on the right track. I dont have any electronics on my kayak so im looking at the topo online then going from there. But to me all three of these locations look like good areas where the fish will be coming out of deep water to their shallow spawning flats. Im not asking for anyones secrete honey hole just want to know if im on the right track. Thanks for the help guys
 

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A buddy of mine used to fish beaver **** about 15 years ago from a Jon boat said he had lots of success around old weaver trail
 

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Beaver dam area , Old Weaver trail etc is non gas boat waters so very nice for kayaks/canoes etc. And some good fishing. Google Old Weaver Trail and lookover the maps.
 

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Beaver dam area , Old Weaver trail etc is non gas boat waters so very nice for kayaks/canoes etc. And some good fishing. Google Old Weaver Trail and lookover the maps.
we need to hit it sometime. when I get back from hawaii end of month maybe we can get a crappie outing
 

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Most of my bigger spring fish at Falls have come from highway 50 up. Alot of spawning flats and north facing banks which warm first.
 
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