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Bass grouped up on a graph... #10631686 02/20/15 01:17 AM
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Is there a certain way to tell the difference between crappie and bass? I understand it's more of how they relate than how they look on the graph? Thanks


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Re: Bass grouped up on a graph... [Re: lodell23] #10631692 02/20/15 01:19 AM
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From what I know, crappie and sand bass stack more vertically and blob like.


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Brent S is correct. I find bass spread out a bit vs stacking like the other two mentioned and catfish really spread out IMO.

Re: Bass grouped up on a graph... [Re: lodell23] #10631797 02/20/15 02:06 AM
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Originally Posted By: Ronnie Kelley



So Ronney what are you saying theses are Bass or Crappie?

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Those r bass

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Originally Posted By: Ronnie Kelley
Those r bass


I thought so just wanted to see what you would say.

Good to have you back, I hope all is well with you. I haven't seen you on here in a while

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Sometimes bass group up very tight like this. But that occurred due to quickly falling water temps in late Fall as they were migrating to deeper parts of the lake.
I hooked 13 and landed 11 of them before they stopped taking any presentations.



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