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Crappie in the cold at Bay Springs Lake

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By 44mag - Posted on 17 October 2010

Me and Jill went to Bay Springs Lake yesterday. She said it was too cold to fish. We kept 42 crappiei in the 10 to 15 inch range.

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nice fish. how deep and what bait/.

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We are still fishing deep brush piles, 20 to 25 feet deep. I have talked to some fishermen that are catching them as shallow as 8 feet. I'm just sticking with what works for me. We only use jigs(soft body baits), no minnows for me. By the way do you remember Tony Goodin, I learned from a good crappiei fisherman!!!

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Hey 44mag. I do remember Tony Goodin from Baldwyn. What I remember most of Tony was he was one funny guy. I was just a kid when I was around him and mostly deer hunting.


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That's him, me and Tony worked at Ford place together. I have also deer hunted with him.

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The period immediately following a spawn. Post-spawn fish recovering from the spawn can often be lethargic. Post-spawn fish that have recovered from the spawn are typically hungry and aggressive.

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