GageSouder
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crappie fishing is a very different kind of fishing but in the winter when the water gets below 50 Fahrenheit those crappie stack up in the brush piles in any where from 7 feet or more you can catch these on bobby garlend jigs which are my favorite they come in a variety of colors along with getting 1/16 ounce jig heads pink is my favorite I tie my own jigs as well they work great just find colors they like I fish out at lake Weatherford Texas to catch these slabs tomorrow seems like a good day so tight lines y'all time to rig up
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@@mcgraffy . will post my pics if everything goes well . Been asking the water spirits to b nice to me . Let's hope it works lol Tight line . time to head to work .
@GageSouder yep everything slows down and gets bigger for me when I need to catch in that temperature range I think
looking good @GageSouder . I'm with @@yakwithalan . Got ice but waiting til weekend to try it .
thanks! tight lines @mcgraffy
they never really freeze down here but the water temps get around 45 to 55 degrees and moves in the shad which is what the crappie are feeding on and they really start biting but you have to fish the jig slow unlike spring time
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