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Fall Fishing #13277199 09/11/19 12:33 PM
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Haven't been on the water much this summer as it is too hot. Wondering about Fall fishing for crappie. I am supposing they are in a transitional pattern and hard to find. How do you experts fish for crappie once it starts getting cooler?

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Re: Fall Fishing [Re: donothin] #13277257 09/11/19 01:35 PM
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Not an expert but I just fish the same places mostly. I may fish shallower also but that is really the only difference. Once it frosts, I am in the creeks the rest of the winter.



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Re: Fall Fishing [Re: donothin] #13277268 09/11/19 01:41 PM
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I can hardly wait till fall, just sayin.

Re: Fall Fishing [Re: donothin] #13277631 09/11/19 06:02 PM
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Iā€™d settle for a mostly cloudy day at this point

Re: Fall Fishing [Re: donothin] #13277672 09/11/19 06:37 PM
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Agree, this morning was nice but now it is pushing 96 and it looks that way for the rest of the week.

Re: Fall Fishing [Re: donothin] #13277812 09/11/19 09:07 PM
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First requirement for fall fishing is FALL. Then just fish as usual except catch more and bigger fish.

I fish the same places as summer until the fish tell me different.


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Re: Fall Fishing [Re: donothin] #13281305 09/15/19 11:59 AM
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The umbrella has really made a difference this summer. I don't catch more fish but I sure do enjoy it more. Drops the temp at least 10*. Now that it is cooling off I'll be out there even more.

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Originally Posted by Bucketlist
The umbrella has really made a difference this summer. I don't catch more fish but I sure do enjoy it more. Drops the temp at least 10*. Now that it is cooling off I'll be out there even more.

Yes sir, an umbrella makes a huge difference thumb


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Re: Fall Fishing [Re: donothin] #13282215 09/16/19 02:34 AM
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Even though it's been a long HOT summer I have not done all that bad on crappie. Been finding them under overhanging tree limbs in about 14 to 18 feet of water. Also found good numbers by bridge pillars holding tight to em in about 16 feet of water. Friends of mine have done great night fishing under the lights! thumb



Side Note: I do love fall fishing the best! hooked




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Re: Fall Fishing [Re: ERNEST PATY] #13283008 09/16/19 09:21 PM
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Originally Posted by ERNEST PATY
First requirement for fall fishing is FALL. Then just fish as usual except catch more and bigger fish.

I fish the same places as summer until the fish tell me different.

No doubt...... and don't over look them being suspended....


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Try fishing under a bridge. The shade really helps. The other option is fish after the sun goes down.


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Re: Fall Fishing [Re: donothin] #13283828 09/17/19 04:20 PM
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I love to fish the standing timber. The best time is Memorial day to Texas OU weekend.

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