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Crappie Trolling #12322923
07/04/17 02:07 AM
07/04/17 02:07 AM
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So we're just trolling around to see if the wind will stop this afternoon, looking for sandies or something the wife can reel in, and low and behold a good slab, I marked it and went back, jigs,minnows, jig tipped w/minnow. Narrie a bite, I could see them but notta. What gives?

Re: Crappie Trolling [Re: Gunzel] #12322947
07/04/17 02:22 AM
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Sometimes, that's just the way it is. Bigger fish can be more territorial and isolated. Not a hard, fast rule but common. Be sure to stop by there earlier or later in the day if there is any structure nearby. They may have just not been biting, or someone had beat you to it already.

Re: Crappie Trolling [Re: Gunzel] #12323001
07/04/17 02:57 AM
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lol it's called fishing not catching.Sometimes they bite sometimes they don't.

Re: Crappie Trolling [Re: Gamblinman] #12323020
07/04/17 03:14 AM
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Originally Posted By: Gamblinman
Sometimes, that's just the way it is. Bigger fish can be more territorial and isolated. Not a hard, fast rule but common. Be sure to stop by there earlier or later in the day if there is any structure nearby. They may have just not been biting, or someone had beat you to it already.
Originally Posted By: Gamblinman
Sometimes, that's just the way it is. Bigger fish can be more territorial and isolated. Not a hard, fast rule but common. Be sure to stop by there earlier or later in the day if there is any structure nearby. They may have just not been biting, or someone had beat you to it already.


Hey I learned sumpin, it was a big ole fatty. Bport eats me up though.

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