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Crappie Fishing Lake Fork, Tx


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By Crappie Dale - Posted on 22 October 2010

Crappie are bitting under the 515 bridge,also deep water standing timber as well as select number of brush piles.18-23 ft water jigs on fall fishing deep cross member later part of day.Also some of the bigger SLABS have been hanging around up in mouth of cheney creek area on some deep water laydowns.

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Ray,

The crappiei are really biting big time now on lake Fork and they are loving our "Live" Baby Shadi! You need to come out and catch some monsters!!

Anne

Anne Parker
Lake Fork Trophy Lures
www.LFTlures.com

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Thanks for the report.

Ray

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