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#11491012 - 03/21/16 11:43 AM Cold Front
USMC0493 Offline
Green Horn

Registered: 03/18/16
Posts: 4
I am looking to go crappie fishing tomorrow (3/22) anyone know what effect this cold front will have on them?

#11491039 - 03/21/16 11:57 AM Re: Cold Front [Re: USMC0493]
Jig Man Offline
TFF Team Angler

Registered: 01/10/09
Posts: 3937
Loc: Over here...
Not much...They may move to a little deeper water for a day or two. But they wont go far...And will be right back! IMO Assuming they are already shallow where you fish...
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#11491251 - 03/21/16 01:10 PM Re: Cold Front [Re: USMC0493]
Ken Gaby Offline
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Registered: 05/08/07
Posts: 2266
Loc: Belton, TX
There was still fish shallow on Palestine Sat. Course the wind blew north all day Sunday. I checked water temp this morning and it's still 61.8 and that's plenty warm for spawning. If they're not shallow, they'll be just a little deeper holding on structure not far away from where they spawn. They could be in 8-18 ft depending on available structure. And if you're fishing creek or river, they might be just off the bank in 5-8 FOW and maybe no structure.
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#11492667 - 03/22/16 07:01 AM Re: Cold Front [Re: USMC0493]
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Registered: 07/19/05
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Loc: Tawakoni/Conejos County
The shallow males in our cove left mid day Saturday and since then I have hooked, and lost one. Bout to put on the waders and check things out...
Hooking a fish is like playing string with a cat. The exact size, shape, color of string matters less than how you wiggle it- and little cats are easier to fool than big ones. John Gierach


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