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#12732233 - 04/26/18 03:33 PM Question from a Rookie
BB675 Offline
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Registered: 06/23/14
Posts: 106
Loc: Orange, Texas
I crappie fish occasionally in the summertime. I am going to visit family on a lake where I can catch them good on brush piles in the summer. Is it too early in the year for them to be on piles? The lake is in East Texas.

Thanks,

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#12732237 - 04/26/18 03:38 PM Re: Question from a Rookie [Re: BB675]
JIM SR. Online   sick
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Registered: 09/25/06
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There are crappie on brush piles now, best depths for me have been around 18-20 feet.

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#12732255 - 04/26/18 03:50 PM Re: Question from a Rookie [Re: BB675]
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Registered: 06/29/16
Posts: 720
Loc: East Texas
No sir, piles are full of fish right now here in east Texas. And have had crappie on most of them for almost two months now in 8 to 14 foot of water. Hope this helps and good luck!!!
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#12732856 - 04/26/18 11:16 PM Re: Question from a Rookie [Re: BB675]
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Registered: 03/03/16
Posts: 601
Loc: Victoria, TX
Brush piles are getting "right".

>E
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#12732919 - 04/27/18 06:14 AM Re: Question from a Rookie [Re: BB675]
TroyKing Online   content
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Registered: 09/28/14
Posts: 1686
Loc: Carthage Tx
Originally Posted By: BB675
I crappie fish occasionally in the summertime. I am going to visit family on a lake where I can catch them good on brush piles in the summer. Is it too early in the year for them to be on piles? The lake is in East Texas.

Thanks,

In order to help you I need you to much more specific about where this lake is in "East Texas"... And where each brush pile is also....then we could come up with a game plan to help put us, I mean you on fish...East Texas has three zip codes you know.
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#12732952 - 04/27/18 07:02 AM Re: Question from a Rookie [Re: TroyKing]
bush hog Offline
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Registered: 06/12/13
Posts: 2589
Loc: Beckville, TX
Originally Posted By: TroyKing
Originally Posted By: BB675
I crappie fish occasionally in the summertime. I am going to visit family on a lake where I can catch them good on brush piles in the summer. Is it too early in the year for them to be on piles? The lake is in East Texas.

Thanks,

In order to help you I need you to much more specific about where this lake is in "East Texas"... And where each brush pile is also....then we could come up with a game plan to help put us, I mean you on fish...East Texas has three zip codes you know.

Geeezz Troy, he hasn't even got his boat in the water yet you ol' potlicker... roflmao

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#12733020 - 04/27/18 07:47 AM Re: Question from a Rookie [Re: TroyKing]
crapicat Offline
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Registered: 01/23/13
Posts: 6568
Loc: Grandview, TX
Originally Posted By: TroyKing
Originally Posted By: BB675
I crappie fish occasionally in the summertime. I am going to visit family on a lake where I can catch them good on brush piles in the summer. Is it too early in the year for them to be on piles? The lake is in East Texas.

Thanks,

In order to help you I need you to much more specific about where this lake is in "East Texas"... And where each brush pile is also....then we could come up with a game plan to help put us, I mean you on fish...East Texas has three zip codes you know.


Troy, the only thing you forgot to mention is that you would provide the menners, for the trip! And help him clean the crappie!

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#12733102 - 04/27/18 08:37 AM Re: Question from a Rookie [Re: crapicat]
TroyKing Online   content
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Registered: 09/28/14
Posts: 1686
Loc: Carthage Tx
Originally Posted By: crapicat
Originally Posted By: TroyKing
Originally Posted By: BB675
I crappie fish occasionally in the summertime. I am going to visit family on a lake where I can catch them good on brush piles in the summer. Is it too early in the year for them to be on piles? The lake is in East Texas.

Thanks,

In order to help you I need you to much more specific about where this lake is in "East Texas"... And where each brush pile is also....then we could come up with a game plan to help put us, I mean you on fish...East Texas has three zip codes you know.


Troy, the only thing you forgot to mention is that you would provide the menners, for the trip! And help him clean the crappie!


Nope...I just beat y'all to him...but I was gonna share, I promise.
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The driving force and secret desire of every bass fisherman, is to one day be a crappie fisherman............Could it be that the good Lord just smilies and looks the other way when a fisherman tells a lie?

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#12733201 - 04/27/18 09:28 AM Re: Question from a Rookie [Re: BB675]
Spiderman Online   content
TFF Team Angler

Registered: 09/04/06
Posts: 4417
Loc: EAST TEXAS
Brush piles are the consistent producers right now in East Texas.

If you aren't catching "Keepers" in 15 minutes, move on to the next one.
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