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Crappie fishing on Bob Sandlin #13521554 04/17/20 02:22 AM
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I have a place on Sandlin and now my wife has decided she wants to fish for Crappie (I'm a bass fisherman). Any help would be appreciated.

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Re: Crappie fishing on Bob Sandlin [Re: Allen Bass Fisher] #13521664 04/17/20 04:12 AM
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Fished there for the first time a few weekends ago. Was able to do decent on bridge about 14 ft down suspended

Re: Crappie fishing on Bob Sandlin [Re: Allen Bass Fisher] #13521878 04/17/20 01:07 PM
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Call Marty, “Buff” here on TFF, and book him for a trip. You will learn a lot, catch fish and have a great time! His equipment is top notch as is Marty.

I am a Bass fisherman breaking into crappie fishing as well and some help goes a long way with those little suckers. I have booked Marty (guides on Pines and Sandlin) and Todd (Slew on TFF who guides on Palestine and Fork) each once and learned more in a half day from each of them than I would have learned by myself in a year! I can’t recommend those twos enough.

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