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#11371198 - 01/26/16 09:30 AM Crappie or cats
xpresser628 Offline

Registered: 12/27/13
Posts: 25
Loc: Texas
Hey guys for my dad just retired and he loves to fish I am wanting to take him but can't decide on crappie at fork or cats on chambers.I have fished fork but not from a boat and really don't know it at all. But have fished chambers several times I would love to get into the crappie but chambers I've heard isn't much on crappie this time of year any suggestions. Thanks

#11371706 - 01/26/16 01:08 PM Re: Crappie or cats [Re: xpresser628]
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Registered: 12/16/01
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Loc: Whitehouse, Texas
May want to ask the Fork Crappie question in the Crappie Section on the TFF. Guessing you'll get the response to follow the crowd to the Dam and fish the deep water. It's a Winter Thing on Fork. As far as Richland Chambers, the Catfish bite is pretty much year around, but normally good in the Winter. We've been on limits of Channels and a few Big Blues the past month. Last week was a bit tough with the Cold, High Pressure and Winds but expect the bite to improve this week as the temps warm a bit and the South Wind prevails. Find the Commorants and Timber and you'll find the Catfish. Danny Kings on a # 4 treble hook in 20'plus water.

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