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FAIRFIELD LAKE #13951421 04/07/21 08:20 PM
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Has anyone ever caught Crappie out of lake Fairfield? Does the lake have any trees or structure? If not, how about Richland Chambers? What part of Richland Chambers should a guy try? Is there a boat ramp near by? I have a aluminum boat can't do the big water and wind. Thanks for any advice or tips.

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Re: FAIRFIELD LAKE [Re: TWINCITY] #13951454 04/07/21 08:43 PM
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Never knew Fairfield to be a good crappie lake. Bluegill is another story. thumb


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Re: FAIRFIELD LAKE [Re: TWINCITY] #13952561 04/08/21 05:04 PM
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The crappie are for and few between but wait a couple of weeks when the Blu Gill start to run and you will be glad you did

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