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Fork Crappie #13521989 04/17/20 01:54 PM
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Hey guys, wanting to take my little girls out to try and catch some crappie and have never crappie fished fork before, only bass fished. What should we target? Bridges? Docks? Timber? Not wanting your spots, just wanting to narrow the search down if at all possible. I am new to the crappie thing and don't have a clue where to go. Any help appreciated. Thanks!

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try 515 bridge about 6 to 10 feet down

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Thank you sir.

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: welcome Hi Brad try Hancock guide serv. or Three Nails / Mark,you might have to book a few days in advance, But you wont regret it & you & daughter will make some good memories.

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