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#11728929 - 07/18/16 01:16 PM Crappie time
TexExp Offline
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Registered: 01/13/10
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Loc: Lake Lavon

Caught on few on Saturday morning with the cool (er) north wind. When it switched and got hot... I left! cheers
I must have hit 20 spots doing some scouting from 6-30' deep. grin



Made some pan-seared (faux) blackened crappie. yum. food






This big girl burped up a 4 inch shad. Like Jerry said, they will eat bigger baits.
They hit my Mr. Fry's in "Black Emerald Shiner" color.





Good luck out there!

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#11729543 - 07/18/16 08:30 PM Re: Crappie time [Re: TexExp]
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Nice going Tim! Last couple weeks have been tough with the warmer weather.But we ain't gonna quit trying.

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#11729721 - 07/18/16 09:56 PM Re: Crappie time [Re: TexExp]
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Nicely done TE....
How did you keep those fillets from falling apart? I've tried that once & it didn't look anything like those.....
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#11731657 - 07/19/16 09:07 PM Re: Crappie time [Re: TexExp]
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#11731844 - 07/19/16 10:01 PM Re: Crappie time [Re: TexExp]
TexExp Offline
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Gracias!

Looking forward to Sept/Oct when everybody goes hunting... and it gets a lot cooler. cool

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#11731869 - 07/19/16 10:13 PM Re: Crappie time [Re: SK.]
TexExp Offline
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Originally Posted By: SK.
Nicely done TE....
How did you keep those fillets from falling apart? I've tried that once & it didn't look anything like those.....


I don't know exactly. cool Some did. I think those might have been the bigger ones. grin I use a really thin lightweight egg turner thingy (don't know what they're called) I guess I lift up the pan and gently slide it under the filets. You're right though, its tough.
I'm going to try real blackened - outside with a super heated cast iron skillet - when it gets cooler. I think if I put enough butter and Paul Prudhomes blackened redfish seasoning on it, that may help hold them together. lol

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#11731904 - 07/19/16 10:25 PM Re: Crappie time [Re: TexExp]
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