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Oh Crappie where art thou?


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By danny malone - Posted on 25 October 2011

I fished the Temm-Tom yesterday, had a late start due to fog so i decided to fish some shallow water of the river and started with the two largest fish of the day and my largest for a while, bottom right is a 15 inch and upper right is a solid 14 inch fish. Finish day with 8 fish all caught in 6-8 fow. Tried deep water later in the day and caught loads of fish but all were short. Not mcuh to show for a full days fishing but a great weather day and i enjoyed the day. Pictures to follow.

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Points that are in a creek, bay or on the main lake that are not associated with the junction of two major bodies of water. Besides primary or main points, all other points on the main lake and in the bays are secondary points.

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