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Bay Springs and Pickwick Crappie Fishing Report with Bigun's Pro Guide Service


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By oldbigun - Posted on 12 October 2015

Bay Springs and Pickwick Crappie fishing report, Ross Duncan, Barbara Jacobs, Randy Kleinheider, Mike Brinker, Moe Brinker, Pat Brinker, Randy Brinker, and Darrell Brinker, from Missouri came down and fished with Bigun's Pro Guide Service over the weekend on Bay Springs and Pickwick Lake catching over 150 crappiei for the weekend. The bite was tough and light behind the front that came through on Friday night but with the new B'n'M double touch duck commander rods the light bite was easy to detect and we turned some tough conditions into a good weekend of fishing. We were single poling brush in 10' to 30' of water, water temps were in the high 60's and low 70's with a North wind. Thanks to all the company's that help us, B'n'M Poles, Pap's Hair Jigs, Cummberland Crappie, Wise Seating Solutions, Southern Pro Plastics and Engel Coolers. Remember give Joel or Mike a call for a memorable crappie fishingi experience, Remember take a kid fishing!

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