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when will the crappie stage on the Bridge pylons #13300567 10/03/19 03:08 PM
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In the past when the lakes did not flood, I have had some great days fishing pylons in the fall. Went to Buck Creek at Ray Bob last week but it was too early an only caught a dozen. Seen it in the past where a minnow didn't even get to the bottom before I had a fish.


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Re: when will the crappie stage on the Bridge pylons [Re: PKfishin] #13300574 10/03/19 03:14 PM
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They are on the bridges year round. To be honest it is pretty random when they show un on them I have found. I have been on good bridge bites during each season but it just depends on weather and conditions. In general, there should be more fish moving towards that bridge as it cools I would think.



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