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Crappie Limit Caught on Enid


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By Chris Mullins - Posted on 08 March 2011

I caught this limit of fish at Enid Lake yesterday with winds starting out of the Northeast at 8 mph and ending out of the Southeast at a steady 15 mph. Caught fish in water from 5 1/2 to 12 foot deep. I was fishing a hybrid double hook minnow rig with TTI Blakemore Pro Series and Walleye Glow Jigi heads as bottom hooks with Southern Pro Umbrella Crappie Tubes attached to B"n M"'s 12 foot Pro Staff Trolling Rods.

Enid Crappie 1
Enid Crappie 3

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