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    Quote Originally Posted by lowe175 View Post
    It want stop raining long enough to fish

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    Glenn, headed to Cocodrie tomorrow. Weather liars say good weather all next week


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    Hopefully every thing will go well for you coach.

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    Default Southeast Crappie Group

    Slow fishing in the far south west( Mobile Tensaw delta) Rivers on the rise and fish are in the woods
    Every day is a holiday and every meal is a picnic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flslabhunter1 View Post
    I fish Gantt Lake on the weekends and Holidays if you ever wanna go...
    Thanks for the invitation, if the weather holds for Friday going Crappie Fishing Lake Eufaula, AL. Putting in at Old Creek Town come on out


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    I am from the south. Mobile Delta area. Need some information on Delta Crappie and bridges during the winter. I go up to Guntersville during the winter and spring and most of the time you see folks fishing crappie around bridges. Down here in my neck of the woods, you don't see folks fishing crappie around bridges.. Are they different FISH??? I know they are the same but does anyone fish crappie in deep water around bridge piles in the cold weather?

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    I have never fished there but fish relate to cover and water depth according to temperature, available forage, and current. The bridges most people fish on Guntersville are on major creeks and act as funnels as fish move up and down these creeks. The bridge pilings offer cover to bait fish and there are channel ledges on both sides of the bridges that allow fish to move up and feed. I'm sure when the conditions are right the same thing will occur in your area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlbertMoses View Post
    I am from the south. Mobile Delta area. Need some information on Delta Crappie and bridges during the winter. I go up to Guntersville during the winter and spring and most of the time you see folks fishing crappie around bridges. Down here in my neck of the woods, you don't see folks fishing crappie around bridges.. Are they different FISH??? I know they are the same but does anyone fish crappie in deep water around bridge piles in the cold weather?
    I like trolling open water myself but itís been slow for me lately because I havenít been going ??
    Every day is a holiday and every meal is a picnic.

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    thanks for your response. I had considered the same things regarding funneling, ledges and bait around the bridge columns. Maybe river fish just don't hold up around bridges. thanks again.

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    If I lived in Mobile I would probably not think much about crappie. I would be after those trout, Redfish and other salt water species that I love so much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by footballcoach View Post
    If I lived in Mobile I would probably not think much about crappie. I would be after those trout, Redfish and other salt water species that I love so much!
    This post is infused with Donkey Sauce.

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