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Sinking trees questions #12554724
12/28/17 11:02 PM
12/28/17 11:02 PM
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Im RICK JAMES Offline OP
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Decided to round up Xmas trees and make me a few crappie holes for year round when freezer gets low. What’s a good depth to look for? I caught some a week ago in 40’ off a community hole and same spot in summer they’re usually 12’-18’ deep in same spot. I’d like to make me my own secret spots. Maybe 2 to 3 locations.


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Re: Sinking trees questions [Re: Im RICK JAMES] #12554793
12/28/17 11:48 PM
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Find a creek channel or river channel and scatter them between 12-25 feet... Our best are on a slope


Hooking a fish is like playing string with a cat. The exact size, shape, color of string matters less than how you wiggle it- and little cats are easier to fool than big ones. John Gierach
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