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Fork crappie? #13508778 04/08/20 07:32 PM
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Where on fork are the crappie at? Thanks

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Re: Fork crappie? [Re: cml] #13509109 04/08/20 11:24 PM
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I personally have caught the majority of my fish in the past month under docks no shallower than 10 ft. But with that being said my buddy is catching them at about the same rate in 20-30 ft suspended on brush piles and bridges.. So to answer your question I would say they are a little bit of everywhere.

Re: Fork crappie? [Re: cml] #13509232 04/09/20 12:44 AM
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10-15’ of water 10-12’ down on timber mostly was today’s recipe. Lots of spawned out females now. Still was a great day. Beats work and homeschooling !! Hooray momma!!

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Re: Fork crappie? [Re: cml] #13509381 04/09/20 02:01 AM
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Caught a few big ones yesterday morning fishing 2 ft deep on the weed lines on minnows.

Re: Fork crappie? [Re: cml] #13511119 04/10/20 12:15 AM
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Standing timber 10-15 ft of water 2-3ft off the bottom. Fished north in the west arm.


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