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Ray Roberts #14335713 04/06/22 01:58 AM
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Good news is I have a new girlfriend. Better news is she loves to fish and eat fish, especially crappie. I want to take her out on Ray Roberts and do some crappie fishing. I have not fished Ray Roberts in a very long time and when I have it's been for bass. Can someone provide me with some guidance on where we should fish and what they are biting on lately. I would be very grateful for any insight anyone can provide. If you prefer you can PM me. Thank you to all who respond to this thread.

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Originally Posted by tackarst
Good news is I have a new girlfriend. Better news is she loves to fish and eat fish, especially crappie. I want to take her out on Ray Roberts and do some crappie fishing. I have not fished Ray Roberts in a very long time and when I have it's been for bass. Can someone provide me with some guidance on where we should fish and what they are biting on lately. I would be very grateful for any insight anyone can provide. If you prefer you can PM me. Thank you to all who respond to this thread.

Pic's of new girl friend would entise more responses. popcorn

Re: Ray Roberts [Re: tackarst] #14335751 04/06/22 02:32 AM
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If you’re in Allen just go to lavon. Ray roberts is a lot bigger and deeper lake and it can be tough fishing, and in my experience it was a lot of small fish. Plus lavon is only a few minutes down the road.

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Crappie are pre staged for the spawn, you can find them shallow, look for some rock early as they will hold tight to rock as that holds heat.

Re: Ray Roberts [Re: Mckinneycrappiecatcher] #14335995 04/06/22 01:34 PM
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Originally Posted by Mckinneycrappiecatcher
If you’re in Allen just go to lavon. Ray roberts is a lot bigger and deeper lake and it can be tough fishing, and in my experience it was a lot of small fish. Plus lavon is only a few minutes down the road.

Sounds like someone is protecting his home water LOL welcome

Re: Ray Roberts [Re: Lazy Ike] #14339190 04/09/22 05:53 PM
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I’d love to find some crappie for the frying pan

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