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By CrappieKing - Posted on 16 June 2014

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Hello fellow Crappie fisherman! My name is Reggie and I just joined this outstanding site with hope to learn more about Crappie fishing in the states of Arkansas & Texas.

I'm retired military (30 years) from the U.S. Air Force and recently moved to the Dallas, Texas area with my family (along with a brand new G3 Sportsman 17 boat (smile).


Reggie Williams

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looking to fish crappiei in Mississippi for first time.
One person, retired


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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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