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Danny with some nice Lake Atkins crappie


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By Ray - Posted on 23 November 2009

Here are some more pics of some fish Danny caught today on those big tubes (2 1/4 inch) the fish really hit these baits hard,even the smaller ones. Almost all of the fish I caught today were in 22 feet of water. I was using a 1/8 oz. green money with a chartruse tail. The tubes are made by Mid-South lure co, in
North east Arkansas and are called 1/8 oz, tubes.This time of year they work really well.
Next time you go crappie fishingi, give these big baits a try. Good fishing,
Danny.

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