I took the family camping this weekend at Alum and went out on the lake Saturday/Sunday fishing for crappie. Saturday was very hard because of the wind so since I had the kids in the boat we mainly just crused around. Sunday I got up and hit the lake from 6:30 AM to about 10:00 AM an just slammed the crappie. I started out fishing with minnows but kept catching a lot of little ones - So I switched over to a red and green jig and just slammed the big one. by 10:00 I had 17 in the live well all ranging from 10 to 13 1/2 inches. Most were in the 10 to 12 inch ranges but I did have 5 that were just over 13 inches. I had another probably 15 that I could have kept that were in the 9 to 10 inch range but let them go. In the 3 1/2 hours of fishing I caught some where around 60 to 70 crappie. Most of these fish were in the 4 to 8 foot range and 75% of the fish I kept were full of eggs. This is a very odd year because normally by June most of the crappie have already dropped there eggs. Sure in the past I would pick up one here or there that hasn't but I believe a lot of them still haven't yet this year. However, with the warm weather we are now having I am sure most of them will within the next week.