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Where I target the biggest crappie in the lake! #14461120 08/27/22 10:03 PM
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Re: Where I target the biggest crappie in the lake! [Re: fishin'aholic2] #14461469 08/28/22 01:27 PM
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Isolated timber will hold crappie year round. Especially when said timer is close to a creek bed. Good video, keep them coming .

Re: Where I target the biggest crappie in the lake! [Re: fishin'aholic2] #14461549 08/28/22 04:41 PM
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Congratulations on the 10K Capt! thumb You always do Good videos coolioI caught my PB a 2.75 on a single isolated Log at lake Aquilla! IMHO: Larger Trophy Fish always seem to be loners even though Crappie ,as a species tend to be schoolers. Just my opinion.What say you?

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Another fine video. Thanks as always for sharing. thumb


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Re: Where I target the biggest crappie in the lake! [Re: Fishbonz] #14462772 08/30/22 02:52 AM
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Originally Posted by Fishbonz
Congratulations on the 10K Capt! thumb You always do Good videos coolioI caught my PB a 2.75 on a single isolated Log at lake Aquilla! IMHO: Larger Trophy Fish always seem to be loners even though Crappie, as a species tend to be schoolers. Just my opinion.What say you?

This exactly ^^


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Re: Where I target the biggest crappie in the lake! [Re: fishin'aholic2] #14462978 08/30/22 01:19 PM
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I've caught some big black crappie in schools, but the whites tend to be isolated IMO. thumb

Re: Where I target the biggest crappie in the lake! [Re: fishin'aholic2] #14463003 08/30/22 01:44 PM
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In my experience (limited mostly to one lake) is that the bigger the structure, the smaller the fish. My theory is that a fish doesn't get big by fighting with 50 stupid, overly aggressive dinks for food.

Re: Where I target the biggest crappie in the lake! [Re: Ron Douthit] #14465511 09/01/22 09:02 PM
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Hey Anthony, does Lewisville have any standing trees that are accessible by kayak? I live on the east side of the lake. Info is much appreciated. Great video!!

Re: Where I target the biggest crappie in the lake! [Re: fishin'aholic2] #14470850 09/08/22 12:04 AM
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thanks for sharing.....good spot for sure!


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What size Garmin are you using? I have the 7 inch screen on my kayak. Would that be enough to be functional?


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Originally Posted by Mudshark
What size Garmin are you using? I have the 7 inch screen on my kayak. Would that be enough to be functional?


Mine is the 7 inch too. I don't feel like I miss anything with the 7 inch screen honestly

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Thanks. enjoyed Video!

Re: Where I target the biggest crappie in the lake! [Re: Ron Douthit] #14477298 09/14/22 04:06 PM
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Originally Posted by Ron Douthit
In my experience (limited mostly to one lake) is that the bigger the structure, the smaller the fish. My theory is that a fish doesn't get big by fighting with 50 stupid, overly aggressive dinks for food.

Here something to consider, and my thoughts. When you see crappie schooled up on structure during they day, they are not there to feed (they feed at night chasing shad, and they are not on structure), they are there to rest. So during the day on structure, resting, the smaller fish feel safer in a big school, where bigger fish are not as scared to be alone and obviously prefer it as discussed.

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