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Bridge crappies Jan 2020 #13433193 02/10/20 12:18 AM
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Hey guys I just love catching crappie off of bridges. Maybe it’s because they tend to be in groups and hungry. In this video we use the livescope to locate and catch those rascals. The footage may not be the greatest due to the bridge being low but I did the best I could. I hope y’all enjoy!

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Re: Bridge crappies Jan 2020 [Re: Gary Paris] #13433508 02/10/20 05:09 AM
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Enjoyed the video. Good job. thumb




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Great video. It appears you guys used an anchor a big part of the time instead of the Ultrex. If yes, what was the reason? Thanks.


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Re: Bridge crappies Jan 2020 [Re: Glenn54] #13433707 02/10/20 01:50 PM
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We didn’t use an anchor but that is a great idea. A lot of times the fish spook when you hit the trolling motor so being as quite as possible is a must. In the past few days I’ve had them swim away from my boat from 20 to 25 ft away. It’s ridiculous how spooky they can be.

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Thanks Gary.

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We didn’t use an anchor but that is a great idea. A lot of times the fish spook when you hit the trolling motor so being as quite as possible is a must. In the past few days I’ve had them swim away from my boat from 20 to 25 ft away. It’s ridiculous how spooky they can be.


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