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By Huck Finn - Posted on 30 March 2013

Took my Dad to the lake for a little crappie fishingi. The first few hours were a little wet as it must have rained close to 2 inches before the weather cleared. We only caught 4 fish when the low pressure was on top of us. Once the skies cleared we had better luck, ended up with 29 keepers.

The fish were caught from 8-15' of water on jigs. The water was 50 degrees and had a good green color to it. All the fish caught this day were whites. This same area was holding several nice black crappiei the other day. Not sure where the blacks went, I suspect shallow.


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