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Broken bow? #13638953 07/21/20 09:14 PM
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My family is heading to broken bow for a few days tomorrow. I read online that broken bow is a pretty good crappie lake. Any basic advice?

I feel pretty comfortable graphing for brush and dropping a jig on them but didnt know if there was a general side of the lake or arm that majority of brush is or any general depth ranges.

Thanks so much!

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I'd like to know also. We have a cabin in a couple weeks. Thinking about dragging my tub along.


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My late father-in-law fished BB for years for crappie, he always went up Mountain Fork river to Otter Creek or Bee Creek for crappie. Get a map.to.locate those two creeks, if you aren't familiar with the lake. It's a big lake and gets a lot of boat traffic in summer. Lots of luck.

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