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Sam Rayburn Crappie #14070003 07/22/21 03:46 PM
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I spent a couple days at Rayburn fishing deeper brushpiles for crappie on Rayburn. Only about 1 in 4 fish would be keepers, but some of the keepers were pretty good sized. Also, caught a lot of red ear and catfish. Are others having this same experience with the high percentage of short fish on Rayburn?

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Re: Sam Rayburn Crappie [Re: RKT] #14070008 07/22/21 03:53 PM
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Not Rayburn but the local lake I fish has been the same. I think the better fish went to the creek channel timber.

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