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Lake Fork Crappie Report: Crappie Dale 11/14/09

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By Crappie Dale - Posted on 15 November 2009


Crappie bitting well under 515 bridge just this side of Alba, tx by Froggy D's Tackle & ramp any number of bridge pillars around 30'ft early mourning as well as Jigi's & minnows.Limits be tooken this week quite frequently with exception of 11/13/09

bite will move to usually 2 crank's off bottom, BNB Crappie Jigs by Crappie Dale or med to small size minnows.

Bad Shadi Jig 1/8 oz size: tipped with a Berkley power nibble better known as crappiei nibble/ Color Chart/Metal Flake.

Crappie are already, as well begain to make push for Dam and mouth's of creeks, look for them in cooming weeks to start also towards humps & Flats as well.Have marked fish in all these general areas.

Gradule schools of crappie starting to show but bigger fish still located outside of brood fish schools.

Allso have tooken bigger Crappie or Slab crappie off standing timber as well as laydowns.

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Equipment used:

BP Ultralit Spin Combo
Line: BP Hi-Vis 6#
Jigs: BNB Crappie Jigs by Crappie Dale
Color: Original Bad Shad jig #0014
Color: Black Knight Jig #0016
Attractant: Berkley Power Nibbs, Smelly Jelley


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Physical features and shapes of the bottom of lakes, rivers, or impoundments, especially those that influence fish behavior. Some examples of structure are humps, depressions, sandbars, ledges, and drop-offs. Some examples that are not structure: a stump, tree, or brush pile (these are cover).

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