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Pickwick Lake crappie fishing report

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By Charlie - Posted on 30 September 2010

I fished Pickwick Tuesday and had a pretty good day. I was hand poling of course in all different depths and several different colors. The report is basically to bite has improved and there are some good fish to be caught right now.

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Carl Painter's picture

Nice mixed bag of blacks and whites. Nothing like feeling that bump!

keithfrazier's picture

Charlie, Looks like you done real good... Some pretty fish... What dept were they in & were you fishing jigs or minnows...

Keith Frazier

Charlie's picture

Keith, I fished 10 to 16ft. better fish were deeper. I used crappie101 1/16 oz Flamingo jig head with Big Bite bubblegum tail. I tried minnows trolling and didn't catch a crappie.
Good Luck Fishing

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Big Papa's picture

How many black's in the bunch???

Charlie's picture

3 in the pic. had some more that i had thrown back.

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Big Papa's picture

Every now and then my fishing partner disagree's on a fish being a black or white. I agree with three blacks however, I'm sure my partner would disagree. He makes it alot of fun, even though he is a AURBURN fan.

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A distinct layer of water where rising warm and sinking cold water meet but do not mix. It is a layer of water where the temperature changes at least one-half a degree per foot of depth. In many of our desert bass lakes, a thermocline often develops during the spring and breaks down in the fall. The colder layer of water is often lacking in oxygen, forcing most baitfish and sport-fish to the upper layer of water. Thermoclines can be so dense that they actually show up on sonar (fish finders and depth finders) as a thick, impenetrable line.

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