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

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By oldbigun - Posted on 31 October 2016

Bigun's Pro Guide Service had Bob Lake of Defiance, Mo. and Vic Lenz of St. Louis, Mo. come down and fish with Joel on Bay Springs Lake catching some nice crappiei over the weekend. We had some beautiful weather to fish, with the new B'n'M Double Touch Duck Commander Rods, Southern Pro Lures, Pap's Hair Jigs and the Ego Reach Net we managed to land over 60 nice crappie for the weekend. We were single poling brush and standing timber in 14' to 25' of water, water temps were 68 to 71. The crappie are beginning to move shallower and feeding on shad getting ready for the winter months. We would like to Thank Bob and Vic for choosing to fish with us each year. Remember we have a few open dates left November and December so give Joel a call for a memorable crappie fishingi experience and remember take a kid fishing! #B'n'MPoles #WarEagleBoats #EgoReachNets #SouthernPro #EngelCoolers #MariettaWoodSupply #OleCountryStore

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A distinct layer of water where rising warm and sinking cold water meet but do not mix. It is a layer of water where the temperature changes at least one-half a degree per foot of depth. In many of our desert bass lakes, a thermocline often develops during the spring and breaks down in the fall. The colder layer of water is often lacking in oxygen, forcing most baitfish and sport-fish to the upper layer of water. Thermoclines can be so dense that they actually show up on sonar (fish finders and depth finders) as a thick, impenetrable line.

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