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Match the hatch - truth or bull?


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By spoonminnow - Posted on 26 October 2015

On another crappiei forum, I've been in a debate that mimicking a specific forage is not necessary when it comes to catching any fish, including crappie. What is the consensus of pro anglers?

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Mostly bull. At least in the mostly muddy waters I fish in. Color and size is very important and I have yet to see any natural bait that is chartreuse or orange, or electric chicken or Popsicle just saying..

Ray

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