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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 crappie101.com 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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