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By larry bivens - Posted on 26 March 2010

I went to Poinsett Lake Wednesday and caught a limit of crappiei including this bruiser. He was 17 1/2" long and weighed almost three pounds. I have him at the taxidermist to be mounted

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A singular structure in a body of water that is not crowded or surrounded by other structures in the immediate area. These can be possible holding spots for fish. Examples include a single bush on a point, a midlake hump, or a large tree that has fallen into the water.

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