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Good day on Palestine #13971841 04/24/21 02:10 AM
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Brought home a limit, actually culled 10 or so times. And had another 7-8 shorts. Fished from 10am to 4:30. All were caught in 4-10’ of water, brushed out docks, on 1/8 oz. jigs, color didn’t seem to matter. Don’t remember the last time I culled crappie. 22 female, 3 males. They bit better once the rain started about 3 o’clock. Had a blast.

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Re: Good day on Palestine [Re: Ranger 188] #13971858 04/24/21 02:23 AM
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Awesome!! Good job!!! thumb

Re: Good day on Palestine [Re: Ranger 188] #13971917 04/24/21 03:51 AM
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Nice post and a nice haul. Good job. thumb


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Re: Good day on Palestine [Re: Ranger 188] #13972053 04/24/21 01:31 PM
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That’s a good few hours fun there ! Congrats on a good day !

Re: Good day on Palestine [Re: Ranger 188] #13972076 04/24/21 02:02 PM
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Nice bucket of slabs! cheers

Re: Good day on Palestine [Re: Ranger 188] #13972679 04/25/21 02:06 AM
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Awesome catch!

Re: Good day on Palestine [Re: Ranger 188] #13973582 04/25/21 11:13 PM
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Does the 1/8 oz. sink a little fast for water that shallow? You made a haul, so I guess not, I just always go lighter in shallow water, but maybe that’s why you have a bucket full and I don’t....

Re: Good day on Palestine [Re: Ranger 188] #13973693 04/26/21 01:09 AM
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First off, I’m not a crappie expert. Your point is well taken. As a rule I’ve always try to use the lightest weight/jig possible when bass fishing. Problem was the wind was blowing and I couldn’t feel a 1/16th. I got hung up a bunch with the1/8th and straighten plenty of hooks before I figured out they wanted it swimming over the brush.

I was using 20lb. Hi-vis braid and 10lb. Trilene xt green for my leader, didn’t seem to bother the fish. I save the 6lb Florocarbon for trout fishing in Branson. At least with the braid I can straighten the hook and not lose 30 jigs.

I’d fished the same docks the day before and caught 8. I think I was just in the right place at the right time.

I’m wide open to any tips or coaching.

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That’s the fun about fishing, the cool things that work that you wouldn’t have thought of!

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