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#11742036 - 07/25/16 08:21 PM Joe Pool
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Registered: 05/16/11
Posts: 232
Loc: White Settlement, Tx
Thinking of heading there in the morning. Where should I start to look for crappie? The bridge, timber, or try and find some brush piles? Never tried for crappie here so anything is appreciated.

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#11742108 - 07/25/16 09:00 PM Re: Joe Pool [Re: Mikeyb_23]
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Registered: 08/10/11
Posts: 1112
Loc: Bedford
This time of year WORK them pillars.. It's tough but can be very productive i tube some of those and do fairly decent...good luck to ya and by the way a good color is Cajun cricket!!
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#11742160 - 07/25/16 09:23 PM Re: Joe Pool [Re: Mikeyb_23]
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Registered: 03/17/13
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Loc: Mansfield, TX
Standing timber on the east leg of the lake. You can cruise by with the side scan and pick out which tree they are on. If you don't have side scan just move from tree to tree. Just a couple drops per tree till you find them. Been tough lately, only been catching a couple in each spot, then they shut down. I think it's because of the over abundance of 1"-2" shad. Hope that helps. Good luck and let us know how it goes.
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