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#11084579 - 09/05/15 05:17 AM A few more crappie...
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Registered: 01/13/10
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Loc: Lake Lavon

Last Saturday started out just to fish until about 10ish or until it got hot. But the day begin with light rain and cool, like air conditioning. lol So nice. then it stayed cloudy most of the day and it was Glen's b-day, so we stayed out. Lavon is producing tons of small fish, some 10' or so and a few nice ones. Tired of wading through the small ones. Prolly gonna start heading to Fork. cheers




Tons of 4-6' fish, some 10' or so and some with shoulders.



Happy Birthday Big Skippy! cheers



Finished Product - cool



Folks always ask 'what were you using'. We used a variety including BES, Black Emerald Shiner



I even had some jig heads in a natural shad color... also called lead. lol nuts




Also as a non-paid PSA (Public Service Announcement) - the burgers and the BLT's at Collin Marina are the bomb. Really good especially after a tough day of fishing. grin

Good luck out there!







Edited by TexExp (09/05/15 05:19 AM)

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#11084660 - 09/05/15 07:20 AM Re: A few more crappie... [Re: TexExp]
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Nice fish. Good job. thumb
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#11085117 - 09/05/15 12:33 PM Re: A few more crappie... [Re: TexExp]
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thumb Good thing about 10 inchers is that they will be biguns next spring and they eat good fried whole. Less head, guts and scales that is.
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#11085173 - 09/05/15 01:03 PM Re: A few more crappie... [Re: Knot Normal]
TexExp Offline
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Loc: Lake Lavon
Originally Posted By: Knot Normal
thumb Good thing about 10 inchers is that they will be biguns next spring and they eat good fried whole. Less head, guts and scales that is.


Yessir, they will be solid 11-12' inch fish next year. looking forward to it.

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#11086856 - 09/06/15 01:35 PM Re: A few more crappie... [Re: TexExp]
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Nice job Tim!!!
The fish here are getting fat! Some of the 11" fish will not even fit down in the measuring board clap
Have they started feeding up for fall there also??? hmmm
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#11087381 - 09/06/15 08:23 PM Re: A few more crappie... [Re: TexExp]
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Nice catch Tim thumb
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