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#10892095 - 06/03/15 09:02 AM Newbie
Bas-ii-tis Offline
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Registered: 12/10/06
Posts: 738
Loc: W.Falls, TX
Hey guys im pretty much a newbie when it comes to crappie fishing and I was wanting to know abt a crappie rig set up w/ a slip bobber. Any tips would be appreciated
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#10892448 - 06/03/15 11:48 AM Re: Newbie [Re: Bas-ii-tis]
SLABXPRESS Offline
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Registered: 05/17/02
Posts: 2004
Loc: Teague/Lewisville, Texas
Jig & bobber set ups are used primarily for shallow spawning crappie. Although, I have been known to set up a deep slip cork for kids to fish over the top of brush piles.
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#10893061 - 06/03/15 04:04 PM Re: Newbie [Re: Bas-ii-tis]
bush hog Offline
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Registered: 06/12/13
Posts: 2552
Loc: Beckville, TX
Are you fishing out of boat or shore? Right now the crappie are switching to the summer pattern which means deeper water. If your fishing out of a boat try it without the bobber. You'll better learn what the THUMP feels like and you won't have to mess with a cork. If you're bank fishing then yes, use a slip bobber to keep your bait at the right depth. Good luck.

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