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Crappie Near San Antonio? #14025351 06/09/21 01:07 AM
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I've been leveling up so to speak on my species count and now I need to catch some Crappie. What are my options around here? I suppose I could drive an hour or so to a decent body of water. I'll be bringing my kayak so I won't be needing a full on boat ramp. What's the word?

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Re: Crappie Near San Antonio? [Re: David Newton] #14027682 06/10/21 07:49 PM
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Re: Crappie Near San Antonio? [Re: David Newton] #14028589 Yesterday at 03:37 PM
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Mcqueeney (If you know someone who has a boat launch in their backyard), Placid, and Meadow Lake have good numbers of Crappie. If you do not mind about a two hour drive(from San Antonio), Choke Canyon is a good crappie fishery. Canyon Lake has crappie but they can be very hard to find a lot of time. thumb


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Re: Crappie Near San Antonio? [Re: banker-always fishing] #14029060 Yesterday at 11:18 PM
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I am surprised you did not reccomend the Guadalupe river in Sequin. Seems like I remember you fishing that water a lot. Should be good for a kayaker..


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