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Bob Sandlin #14053519 07/06/21 11:55 AM
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How is the crappie fishing been lately on bob Sandlin.? I'm going down there on Sunday for a few days and just wanting to cat6some good crappie to eat


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Re: Bob Sandlin [Re: fatdad74] #14060491 07/13/21 03:59 PM
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Crappie are stacked on timber in 16-18 FOW. Lots of small fish this year, but you can catch a limit if you are willing to catch an additional 3-5 fish per keeper. My last outing there i only fished coves on the south side of the lake. Most of the bigger fish were on trees and brush on the east side of those coves with less throw backs than the west. Hope this helps and have a great and blessed time!


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