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Summer Crappie fishing report on Pickwick Lake

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By Charlie - Posted on 10 June 2011

I fished Pickwick lake yesterday and had a great day catching 35 to 40 keeper crappiei in a half day. I didn't get started crappie fishingi until about 8:30. The bite slowed big time at 1:00 when I quit.
I had some really nice fish with several over 1.5 and 1.25. The crappie are I would say about half way recovered from the spawn. The are in pretty good shape.
I caught the crappie in 15 to 25 foot of water single poling the jig "Money" with a pearl shad tail and "Slimy" was also a good jig.

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Shayne Anderson's picture

What kind and color of jig body are you using?

Huck Finn's picture

Those are some dandy size fish. Had to be fun on a single pole, WTG!!

Big Papa's picture

Goat Island?

danny malone's picture

Nice mess of fish, you must like the heat to not get started untill 8:30 lol.

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Method of fishing where the angler is only attempting to catch those aggressive fish that will quickly strike the bait. Then the angler 'runs' or motors to the next spot and quickly fishes it, repeating the process numerous times.

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