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Pickwick Lake crappie fishing report

I fished Pickwick again yesterday. Never really got on any numbers of crappiei. Only had one good crappie and it is in the picture. I tried depths from 18' to 8' but it was just a slow tough day.

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Pickwick Lake crappie fishing report

I fished Pickwick yesterday. I ended up with 15 pretty good fish with the largest being 1.75. The crappiei were still very scattered as far as depth of water. Seems they have not decided what depth they want to settle in. The best jig was the crappie101.com "Vitamin C" with a chartreuse tail. I am back on the lake today and released all the crappie so no pictures this time.

Charlie Kent
Pickwick Crappie Guide

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Pickwick Lake crappie fishing report

I fished Pickwick Tuesday and had a pretty good day. I was hand poling of course in all different depths and several different colors. The report is basically to bite has improved and there are some good fish to be caught right now.

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Pickwick Lake crappie fishing report

Matthew Tosh sent me this report and pictures from Pickwick Lake. He said he had a pretty good day slow trolling minnows and hand poling too.

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Charlie's picture

Pickwick Lake crappie fishing report

I fished Pickwick yesterday and had a pretty good day. I only fished till about 2 pm and caught around 25 keepers. I had several in the 1.25 pound range but no big fish. The fish were around 16 foot deep and preferred the crappie101.com Wolf jig with a bleeding shad tail.

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Pickwick Lake crappie fishing report

I fished Pickwick Lake just about all day yesterday. I caught a good number of crappiei and A couple really nice ones. I did catch a good many smaller crappie and there seemed to be numbers of fish in all areas of the lake. I really fished all over the lake including 3 States. The crappie definitely preferred the Crappie101.com "Money" jig with pearl scent tail even over my old stand by "Slimy" Most of the crappie came from around 12 to 16 foot of water and stuck deep in cover. I released all the crappie but here is a picture of one of the better ones.
Charlie Kent
Pickwick Lake Crappie Guide
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No excuses from Pickwick

No fish and no excuses. Just didn't catch any. Here is my empty cooler.

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