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Making crappie cover while the water levels are low


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By Ray - Posted on 21 February 2011

Brad DeVaughn and James Bullock out making crappiei structure while the water levels are low and the wind is too high to fish. Always something to do to improve your fishing.

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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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