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Benbrook Crappie? #13534573 04/26/20 01:19 AM
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I was thinking about taking the grandson out to fish a little tomorrow. I'm not a crappie angler so was wondering where I might look for some on Benbrook? Are the ramps even open?

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Re: Benbrook Crappie? [Re: formula462] #13534990 04/26/20 01:29 PM
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Marina is open... as for the crappie I have no idea... I would assume around timber in the 8-14 ft range, but I really donโ€™t know. Many could still be shallow probably.

Re: Benbrook Crappie? [Re: formula462] #13535616 04/27/20 02:03 AM
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[align:left][/align]I'd work the timber that's in 6-16 FOW and try 5-10 feet down. That lake can be tough. Shallow fish up by the damn on rip rap possibly

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