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Cooper lake #12501414
11/12/17 10:48 PM
11/12/17 10:48 PM
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Going camping this weekend and doing some fishing, never been to this lake any suggestions where to start looking for crappie? Thanks in advance.

Re: Cooper lake [Re: Gonzalezlg] #12501559
11/13/17 01:05 AM
11/13/17 01:05 AM
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I went there a couple of weeks ago and had no trouble locating white bass, but crappie were scattered. I didn't look there, but I would focus on the large piles of trees the corp left towards the dam. Also, there's always the spillway.

Good luck.


Re: Cooper lake [Re: full stringer] #12501603
11/13/17 01:51 AM
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Sweet, taking sandie and catfish rods just in case I find them while side scanning for brushpiles. Thanks

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