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Fall Crappie Fising

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Fall Crappie Fising

Postby River Monster » Wed Oct 18, 2017 9:32 am

Just looking for some Fall Crappie tips. My spring spots are too shallow. I don't need a lake or spots. Just what type of areas (rocks or type of weeds), what depth range to look for and what water temps.

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Re: Fall Crappie Fising

Postby BradGuenette » Wed Oct 18, 2017 5:45 pm

You already know "the spot" werent you there last fall?
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Re: Fall Crappie Fising

Postby River Monster » Thu Oct 19, 2017 7:24 am

I know "the spot" but would like to find other spots... on other lakes. not looking to limit out or anything just crab 10 of so for quick fish fry.
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Re: Fall Crappie Fising

Postby seahawk » Thu Oct 19, 2017 1:17 pm

I think one tip I can give is you'd better to chase crappies during the night time. I caught a few in the past weeks on Rideau river but hasn't tried a lake yet.
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Re: Fall Crappie Fising

Postby Walleye'm Fishing » Fri Oct 20, 2017 5:20 pm

seahawk wrote:I think one tip I can give is you'd better to chase crappies during the night time.


Absolutely, right now the crappies are feeding heavily at night in the shallows. I picked up a half dozen slab crappies during my last 2 shore night walleye outings over the last week.

River Monster, your spring spots are not too shallow if you fish them at night or very early in the morning... I'm nailing crappies right now in one of my spring spots.
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