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#12425687 - 09/13/17 07:45 PM Naconiche crappie guide???
crapyetr Online   sleepy
Extreme Angler

Registered: 09/20/14
Posts: 1696
Loc: Nacog TX
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#12425854 - 09/13/17 09:34 PM Re: Naconiche crappie guide??? [Re: crapyetr]
crope1 Offline
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Registered: 05/20/10
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Loc: mansfield,tx
I never heard of one. Try reaching out to Jacob,he's fished it a few times and can probably tell if there is one or not.Good luck!

#12427361 - 09/15/17 06:01 AM Re: Naconiche crappie guide??? [Re: crapyetr]
Ranger-188-2007 Offline
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Registered: 01/03/04
Posts: 3675
Loc: Nacogdoches Tx. USA
Just pitch or straight line jigs in the standing timber.
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#12427429 - 09/15/17 07:46 AM Re: Naconiche crappie guide??? [Re: crapyetr]
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Registered: 06/12/13
Posts: 2504
Loc: Beckville, TX
There's an ad in this link to Lake Naconiche guide Larry Mosby. He's a bass guide...
Also, this guide advertises crappie fishing on Naconiche...

#12428781 - 09/16/17 01:14 PM Re: Naconiche crappie guide??? [Re: Ranger-188-2007]
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Registered: 05/31/08
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Loc: Deep East Tx
Originally Posted By: Ranger-188-2007
Just pitch or straight line jigs in the standing timber.

This! That lake is very frustrating for bass and crappie. As a rule, stay around the open water area for crappie. It's very hard to target them in the creek arms with the forest of timber. Try to find isolated timber on the entrances to the main creek channels and drains. Use braid and bring plenty of jigheads.


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