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#12694887 - 03/29/18 12:56 PM Ray Roberts crappie
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Have the crappie already finished spawning at ray Roberts? All we have found in the creeks are far and carp. Any help would be appreciated.

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#12695009 - 03/29/18 02:04 PM Re: Ray Roberts crappie [Re: cg203]
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They have been loaded up in the back of Walnut for weeks even as late as last weekend.
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#12696451 - 03/30/18 04:22 PM Re: Ray Roberts crappie [Re: cg203]
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They seem to have moved out of the creeks. We’re marking fish on trees and brush piles but they have lock jaw. Any suggestions?

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#12696519 - 03/30/18 05:00 PM Re: Ray Roberts crappie [Re: cg203]
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Originally Posted By: cg203
They seem to have moved out of the creeks. We’re marking fish on trees and brush piles but they have lock jaw. Any suggestions?


Spawned out crappie, can be hard to catch, at times...they will eat heavily after they get over the rigors of spawning...to up your odds...go sceine the some minnows at the boat ramp and use them...the crappie will eat them even if they pass on the Jigs and store bought menners...

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#12696893 - 03/30/18 10:03 PM Re: Ray Roberts crappie [Re: cg203]
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Thank you senor! I’ll give it a shot.

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#12697260 - 03/31/18 11:58 AM Re: Ray Roberts crappie [Re: crapicat]
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Originally Posted By: crapicat
Originally Posted By: cg203
They seem to have moved out of the creeks. We’re marking fish on trees and brush piles but they have lock jaw. Any suggestions?


Spawned out crappie, can be hard to catch, at times...they will eat heavily after they get over the rigors of spawning...to up your odds...go sceine the some minnows at the boat ramp and use them...the crappie will eat them even if they pass on the Jigs and store bought menners...
SPAWNED ouy?? end of march. maybe some//

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#12697261 - 03/31/18 11:59 AM Re: Ray Roberts crappie [Re: cg203]
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SPAWNED OUT !!

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#12697272 - 03/31/18 12:07 PM Re: Ray Roberts crappie [Re: Lazy Ike]
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Yea, crappie spawn over a couple different times ie., March/April or April/May depending on conditions and the lake in particular...so it is possible to catchspawned out crappie in deeper water and spawners from shallow to right beside the spawned out crappie.

Leaning post will suggest lots of crappie spawn in deep water and there is research to support his contention.

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