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Tawakoni Lake: Crappie Dale

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By Crappie Dale - Posted on 01 January 2010

Well it looks like for the most part this year plenty of water in Lake Tawakoni for now, crappiei this year will be able to reach Sabine and this year up in creeks!

Reports already are that crappie are starting to stage up in mouth of creeks.Hitting jigs & minnows alike. Foul weather has made for some harsh fishing conditions.

I suspect this could be a great year for the Hard core wading fisherman that pursue Spring time Slabs.

Crappie are also as well being caught up around Marina's & Docks on Lake Tawakoni Tx, such as marinas like the NEW one called Marina Del Ray Texas.This new crappie bardge has many features that we dont always find anymore like its heated, insulated brushed out as well as walkways desighned to jig or minnow fish in.

Porcupine fish atracters, Stake beds, brush piles, shooting lanes for inside dock shooting, and positioned off a main lake point as well.

You guys get a chance check this place out if it gets to cold they catch alot of slabs at this bardge!

They also have a Baiti store on property as well complete with Jigs, Livebait, refreshments you name it they got it. It is a paying bardge i beleive the fishing pass is 5.00 and you get 2 pole limit, or you can purchase others as well. Theyre open 24hrs behind a secure gate.

Ive caught a lot of Big crappie there!

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Stationary structure that extends slightly above the surface of a body of water; a favorite casting target of fishermen. Examples include tree stumps, limbs, dock pilings, & submerged fence posts.

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