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wish to catch some carppie #13837557 01/08/21 04:06 PM
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first to crappie fishing .mostly doing bank fishing .could someone help me by giving some spot for crappie fishing

don't have a boat or kayak

Re: wish to catch some carppie [Re: Siby John] #13837749 01/08/21 05:30 PM
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This time of year you may catch some at a fishing barge at a marina.
Use 6 pound test string. use minnows or jigs. Black and white,black chartreuse and white/chartreuse are common colors.
For a jig head use 1/16 oz
walmart has jig kits with jigs and heads.
If you have a creek near you can use a bobber and minnows. You can also use a jig and bobber. cast a jig with a bobber out and slowly pop it across the creek.
You can youtube it


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Re: wish to catch some carppie [Re: Siby John] #13838488 01/09/21 01:33 AM
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Find the thread on here by Fishoholic. He might have some good tips for you as well.

He likes to fish Creeks.


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Re: wish to catch some carppie [Re: Siby John] #13838525 01/09/21 01:49 AM
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I'd say creeks too, but the only one I absolutely know is productive is Buck creek out of Ray Roberts. There will be a ton of people fishing it though. The little bridge (Railroad) holds some decent fish.

Re: wish to catch some carppie [Re: Siby John] #13839119 01/09/21 03:19 PM
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There's a bank fishing forum on here. Look in those threads for some advice. Those guys specialize in bank fishing.
And fishin aholic2 has a youtube channel with good advice.


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Re: wish to catch some carppie [Re: Siby John] #13839166 01/09/21 03:42 PM
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Thanks for the kind words you guys!

Creeks or docks/barges are your best bet. Creeks are blown out from the rain and not productive at the moment so I would try a dock or barge if you can. Lynn Creek on Joe pool, lewisville barge, barges on ray hubbard are good places to check out.

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