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Old 02-10-2019, 10:25 PM   #1
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Default Hunting over - crappie begins

So glad to be able to watch my cork without keeping one eye on the bank. I suc at winter crappie. When they leave the creeks and lakes and head to deep water in the main river - im lost! So now im waiting for them to return. Fished a little saturday and today.... they not back yet. Lol. Ill keep yall updated
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You'll be slaying them again soon

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That's so strange ! They do just the opposite here.

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Try'n how deep are the creeks you are fishing in?
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Try'n how deep are the creeks you are fishing in?


Average maybe 7-10
Deepest spot 16
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That's plenty of water I would think. High water also makes them scatter real bad. I've always had trouble with flood water.
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