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MILL CREEK CRAPPIE


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By Todd Laughhunn - Posted on 29 April 2012

THE FISH HAVE BEEN MOVING IN AND OUT WITH THE COLD FRONTS EVERY OTHER NIGHT SO YOU HAVE TO FIGURE OUT THE PATTERN DAILY. SLIP BOBBERS AND TUBE JIGS INJECTED WITH CRAPPIE NIBBLES AND/OR TIPPED WITH WAX WORM HAS BEEN THE WAY WE HAVE BEEN GETTING OUR FISH LATELY.1/16OZ. HEADS TO 1/4OZ. DEPENDING HOW DEEP WE ARE FISHING.THEY ARE NOT ALL DONE SPAWNING YET WE STILL HAVE SOME GOOD FISHING LEFT BEFORE THEIR ALL DONE.

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