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Crappie at Granger, finding brush piles #13436115 02/12/20 12:32 AM
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I'm not much of a Crappie fisherman, but thought I'd employ the basics of breaking down a lake to find brushpiles and structure for Crappie. My next trip this Saturday will be to fish these areas that I've mapped in hopes of finding Crappie during the early spawn.

I follow some really good Crappie fishermen on youtube, such as SK Crappie Adventures (https://youtu.be/ZRwv0tRrClU). I'll try to follow his methods in finding structure (tons of work in some target areas using your electronics).

Help me decide which of these waypoints I should target first to ensure I don't get SkunkedAgain! Thanks, Tim



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Re: Crappie at Granger, finding brush piles [Re: Skunked Again Fishing] #13436214 02/12/20 01:52 AM
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If you go up the river be careful lots of hidden stumps as you are entering the river good luck and I've been a subscriber to your YouTube channel for awhile

Re: Crappie at Granger, finding brush piles [Re: Skunked Again Fishing] #13436260 02/12/20 02:40 AM
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Originally Posted by Skunked Again Fishing
I'm not much of a Crappie fisherman, but thought I'd employ the basics of breaking down a lake to find brushpiles and structure for Crappie. My next trip this Saturday will be to fish these areas that I've mapped in hopes of finding Crappie during the early spawn.

I follow some really good Crappie fishermen on youtube, such as SK Crappie Adventures (https://youtu.be/ZRwv0tRrClU). I'll try to follow his methods in finding structure (tons of work in some target areas using your electronics).

Help me decide which of these waypoints I should target first to ensure I don't get SkunkedAgain! Thanks, Tim


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Re: Crappie at Granger, finding brush piles [Re: Skunked Again Fishing] #13436275 02/12/20 02:52 AM
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SK is very tactical in his approach to Crappie fishing which is what I like about his videos! He is dead on about fishing the unseen below the surface structures that go unfished and never have a boat sitting on them. It worked for me last year on Aquilla on a single log several yards away from one of the TPWD BP`s. It produced a nice 2lb+ fish. The only one sitting on it but it was nice!

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Re: Crappie at Granger, finding brush piles [Re: tubejig] #13436415 02/12/20 04:24 AM
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Originally Posted by tubejig
If you go up the river be careful lots of hidden stumps as you are entering the river good luck and I've been a subscriber to your YouTube channel for awhile

Thank you. And your your YouTube support. I’m glad you’re able to get something useful from the videos. Tim


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Re: Crappie at Granger, finding brush piles [Re: tubejig] #13436418 02/12/20 04:24 AM
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Originally Posted by tubejig
If you go up the river be careful lots of hidden stumps as you are entering the river good luck and I've been a subscriber to your YouTube channel for awhile

Thank you. And your your YouTube support. I’m glad you’re able to get something useful from the videos. Tim


One 10-pounder is better than ten 1-pounders; but 100 1-pounders is ok too!
YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/SkunkedAgain
Re: Crappie at Granger, finding brush piles [Re: Fishbonz] #13436420 02/12/20 04:25 AM
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Originally Posted by Fishbonz
SK is very tactical in his approach to Crappie fishing which is what I like about his videos! He is dead on about fishing the unseen below the surface structures that go unfished and never have a boat sitting on them. It worked for me last year on Aquilla on a single log several yards away from one of the TPWD BP`s. It produced a nice 2lb+ fish. The only one sitting on it but it was nice!

Yep, he’s great, and very supportive. Thanks, Tim


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Re: Crappie at Granger, finding brush piles [Re: Skunked Again Fishing] #13436869 02/12/20 03:44 PM
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Great vid Tim and I know you're gonna have a successful trip..... The plans you have made will guarantee you will....

Thanks for all the compliments y'all.........


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Look forward to seeing your results. fish


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Re: Crappie at Granger, finding brush piles [Re: Skunked Again Fishing] #13437979 02/13/20 05:06 AM
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Good stuff Tim.

Had a friend on another forum (hunting) who would always say "Lotta good folks here" when he referred to folks who always would offer good advice or contribute useful information. SK fits that saying.

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Re: Crappie at Granger, finding brush piles [Re: F4Gator] #13438037 02/13/20 11:30 AM
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I'll put together a video if I get into them.
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Originally Posted by canyoncreek06
Good stuff Tim.

Had a friend on another forum (hunting) who would always say "Lotta good folks here" when he referred to folks who always would offer good advice or contribute useful information. SK fits that saying.

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that's the right way to put it!


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Re: Crappie at Granger, finding brush piles [Re: Skunked Again Fishing] #13438682 02/13/20 08:56 PM
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Originally Posted by Skunked Again Fishing
I'll put together a video if I get into them.
Thanks
Tim


Very informative video again. I grew up on that lake, and it's by far and away the muddiest lake I've ever been on. My only advice would be to start on the south side of the lake, as that's where I found most my structure. Seems people fish the brush mostly in the summer and want protection from a south wind. Chartreuse is a killer color in that water. Good luck!

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