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Where to fish for crappie

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By Ray - Posted on 15 October 2010

Well Jason, Danny and Tracy. I finally had time to answer the question as to where to fish here in these stumps. First you scan the whole area then you look for details. Then you look through the yellow glasses and here is what you see. Can you see where you need to fish now?

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So you see the crappiei now?


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OK Ray, again you are the master, i lost my yellow sunglasses but by clicking on the picture of stump field a couple times to enlarge i finally did find the fish, it's no doubt that next time i go your coming along, and if i have you and Jason will loan me Prissy i can't go wrong.

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top right


I picked up a couple of sponsors and need to know if the product can be posted on the Crappie101 site with my contact number so people can order.



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Bart. What we need to do it set up your signature line with your sponsors. Send me an email with the sponsors information and we will help you set it up.


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Fish that are in a non-feeding mood. Examples of typically inactive times: following a cold front; during a major weather change that causes a sudden rise or fall in water temperature, or when a rising lake level is abruptly lowered.

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