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Fork Help #12463571
10/12/17 11:22 PM
10/12/17 11:22 PM
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Lake Fork
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Lake Fork
Going out tomorrow to try the crappie. What depth should I be looking in and what structure should I be fishing? Not asking for specific locations just general information to get me started. Haven't fished since March so I'm a lot rusty.

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Re: Fork Help [Re: PitchFork] #12463768
10/13/17 02:12 AM
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My wife and I caught em in 14 to 16 feet of water. We were using pink sixteenth oz heads and using a thermocline lil fry in their citric acid color. Caught half our fish on willow brush that I put out and half on submerged trees. Good luck.

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