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Colorado River? #14415172 07/08/22 08:41 PM
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We just drove over the Colorado River and I was wondering if there is crappie in it🤔. Anyone know?


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Lake Havasu is the finest crappie fishing lake on the Colorado River. Crappie fishing is good in late winter and early spring. Mainly night feeders, crappies are attracted to light; for that reason, many people like to fish for them after dinner off a dock.

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Originally Posted by JIM SR.
Lake Havasu is the finest crappie fishing lake on the Colorado River. Crappie fishing is good in late winter and early spring. Mainly night feeders, crappies are attracted to light; for that reason, many people like to fish for them after dinner off a dock.

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Thanks Jim, but we were crossing the Colorado River here in Texas over by Lampas
Sorry I should've been more specific.


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we fish off off main lake points and deep ledges in coves with channels off the main lake. are u looking to do some fishing?
I havent fished it in a while but with this heat, ive been thinking abt going check some of my old honey holes

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stillhouse lake is in Bell County.


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I believe the Lampasas River runs into Stillhouse Lake.
Colorado runs into Buchanan. And the rest of the Highland lakes.


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Originally Posted by leanin post
we fish off off main lake points and deep ledges in coves with channels off the main lake. are u looking to do some fishing?
I havent fished it in a while but with this heat, ive been thinking abt going check some of my old honey holes

Thank you leaning post. I WISH we had stopped to fish. We dropped off a car in Event TX.(I think that's how you spell it). We just passed right over the lakes😪
I hope you go get some lines wet!

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There are crappie in nearly every body of water in texas that I can think of. I bet if you could find some nice brush in a river bend or at a creek mouth you’d catch a few.

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Yep, there are crappie in the Colorado... I grew up fishing it and the Concho. You might be surprised how few lakes were stocked with white Crappie...


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we fish off off main lake points and deep ledges in coves with channels off the main lake. are u looking to do some fishing?
I havent fished it in a while but with this heat, ive been thinking abt going check some of my old honey holes

Thank you leaning post. I WISH we had stopped to fish. We dropped off a car in Event TX.(I think that's how you spell it). We just passed right over the lakes😪
I hope you go get some lines wet!



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Originally Posted by Jig Man
Yep, there are crappie in the Colorado... I grew up fishing it and the Concho. You might be surprised how few lakes were stocked with white Crappie...

Thank you Jig Man!🙂


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we fish off off main lake points and deep ledges in coves with channels off the main lake. are u looking to do some fishing?
I havent fished it in a while but with this heat, ive been thinking abt going check some of my old honey holes

Thank you leaning post. I WISH we had stopped to fish. We dropped off a car in Event TX.(I think that's how you spell it). We just passed right over the lakes😪
I hope you go get some lines wet!



EVANT.. if u ever decide to come fish some centex lakes PM I will help u all I can,,.

Thank you leaning post! thumb


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