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By Huck Finn - Posted on 22 December 2010

Went to the river today. The water has cooled off to about 40 degrees and it had that fish green color. I used 1/16 oz jigs for the skipjack and 4" swimshads for the stripers. The skipjack is my favorite catfish bait and I caught a cooler full in about 1.5 hours. Some of the skips went about 2.5 lb. The rest of the afternoon I fished for the stripers and caught about 20-25 fish with the biggest going about 15lb. All the rockfish and hybrids were released, fun trip. Note: My Crappie-101 hat fits just perfect thanks again Ray.

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Pomoxis is a genus of freshwater fish in the sunfish family (family Centrarchidae) of order Perciformes. The type species is P. annularis, the white crappiei. The common name crappie (pronounced /ˈkræpiː/), refers to either of the Pomoxis species, both of which are extremely popular game fish.

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