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Where to sink brushpiles #13697187 09/11/20 02:57 AM
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I’ve never crappie fished, but made a few brushpiles out of some old PVC that I would like to sink to try to catch some crappie with my family when we’re at the lake. Can anyone recommend where I should sink them?

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Re: Where to sink brushpiles [Re: Jobie99] #13697431 09/11/20 12:52 PM
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Our best piles are on main lake points and on the edge of big flats near drop offs to deeper water.
17 to 22 feet of water. They should hold fish from post spawn until late fall early winter
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If you have a good sidescan unit, they are easier to find than build. There is a certain satisfaction to catching fish on a pile you have built.

Good luck
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Re: Where to sink brushpiles [Re: Jobie99] #13697434 09/11/20 12:53 PM
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Try to find you a bare point that has a sudden drop from 15 to 20' or 25', you want to sink it right at the normal thermocline that sets up during the time frame between May and October which is when you and the family will fish mostly. So say your thermocline there normally sits at 20'-0 deep 90% of the fish will hold at that depth there during that time of the year.

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I can send you some coordinates.... grin

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Originally Posted by ~Moose~
I can send you some coordinates.... grin



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Originally Posted by ~Moose~
I can send you some coordinates.... grin


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Re: Where to sink brushpiles [Re: Mo] #13697875 09/11/20 08:37 PM
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Originally Posted by Mo
Our best piles are on main lake points and on the edge of big flats near drop offs to deeper water.
17 to 22 feet of water. They should hold fish from post spawn until late fall early winter
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If you have a good sidescan unit, they are easier to find than build. There is a certain satisfaction to catching fish on a pile you have built.

Good luck
Mo


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Re: Where to sink brushpiles [Re: Jobie99] #13698125 09/12/20 04:12 AM
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Thanks for the help fellas👍

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