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Lake Nacogdoches today's #12539753
12/15/17 11:35 PM
12/15/17 11:35 PM
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Nacogdoches Tx. USA
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Tough bite today. Couldn't get them on a jig, so I got the jigging spoon out. They liked it. Caught 12 with 4 of them had roe the size of my pinky. If you never fished a jigging spoon to catch crappie, you have to try it. Sorry for the pic. trying to upload from my phone, maybe I can figure it out soon!

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Re: Lake Nacogdoches today's [Re: Ranger-188-2007] #12539978
12/16/17 02:50 AM
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I carry a few small spoons in the boat but never think to use them. Did you keep the treble hook on it or replace it with a single hook?

Re: Lake Nacogdoches today's [Re: bush hog] #12540018
12/16/17 03:20 AM
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Originally Posted By: bush hog
I carry a few small spoons in the boat but never think to use them. Did you keep the treble hook on it or replace it with a single hook?


I keep the treble on them. I pull up easy and if I snag the brush, I just jiggle it lose. They always hit it on the fall!


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Re: Lake Nacogdoches today's [Re: Ranger-188-2007] #12540023
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Sounds interesting!..what presentation are you doing?... vertical, casting,ect?...


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I always thought they should work well when the shad start dying off. I'm gonna have to dig them out and try them now.

Re: Lake Nacogdoches today's [Re: Ranger-188-2007] #12540227
12/16/17 01:24 PM
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I usually go vertical drop to the bottom lift the rod about 4 ft and drop. If they are suspended just adjust to there depth.


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