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JCCLARK
11-07-2005, 09:39 AM
Thought I'd start a new one for November, please contribute.

I went Friday the 4th and the water was 59 deg.
They're slowing down now with the cooler water.
The water looked really good and the level was down a
couple of feet.
We caught a lot of small ones, kept 10 that were 9 1/2" to 10"
Couldn't get a pattern, most were in 15 to 20 ft of water
but caught a couple in close. Some hit really hard and others
just barely. Maybe if the weather stabilizes we'll get some
decent fishing in yet before winter.
I fish mainly in the Chowning Lane ramp area, Any of you
doing any better in other parts of the lake?

arca54
11-09-2005, 04:59 PM
weds 09
went to T-ville today water temp 59 good color
fished at horseshoe bend had 9 keepers 1 12 1/2'' and one 15''
largest crappie i've caught fish were at 7' over brush in 10'
wend got really bad decided to quit when water started white capping
fishing was alittle slow but can't complain about size
will try to figure out how to post pics

GREENFISH
11-09-2005, 10:39 PM
Great fish there Arca, that's a really nice crappie. Thanks for the report. I think I'm going to try Tville for a few hours Friday morning. Hopefully this front passing through won't completely kill the bite.
Were you using jigs or minnows? I usually use minnows under slipfloats this time of year, but I always keep a jig rod close by.
Thanks for the reports fellas, I'll post my results sometime Friday if I get a chance.
Take care,
Greenfish

CrappiePappy
11-10-2005, 12:51 AM
now that's a Taylorsville SLAB !! :D

Were you fishing the standing timber bank at the "horseshoe bend" ... or were you fishing the "hump with stumps", out in the middle of the bend ??

Great job with the picture, too. ..........cp :cool:

arca54
11-10-2005, 07:41 AM
Greenfish i was using minnows under floats
i may be there friday myself a friend from bowling green coming up to fish
if u see us say hi 2 fat guys white truck gray & blue alumacraft
pappy i was out on hump and brush wasn't easy in the wind yesterday
did try the tree line but found nothing
another place i try alot i caught 4 at is down tree from bank to 25 ft of water fish were 7ft over 10 ft there

JamieCox
11-10-2005, 01:39 PM
I'll be there tomorrow. Hopefully, they will be biting. I have not been in a couple of weeks, so who knows. However, it does seem like if you hunt an peck for them at taylorsville, you can usually catch a few. I will post my results after the weekend. Good Luck.

JCCLARK
11-10-2005, 02:05 PM
I plan on being there Friday after lunch (as usual) too.
I'm always in the Chowning Lane ramp area.
I've heard that the crappie fishing is better down towards the
dam, anyone notice any differences?
C'mon, you can tell me. I'll keep it secrete (LOL)
Here's my 44 yr old boat, if you see me , stop and say hi :D

GREENFISH
11-10-2005, 04:23 PM
I plan on being there Friday after lunch (as usual) too.
I'm always in the Chowning Lane ramp area.
I've heard that the crappie fishing is better down towards the
dam, anyone notice any differences?
C'mon, you can tell me. I'll keep it secrete (LOL)
Here's my 44 yr old boat, if you see me , stop and say hi :D


I'll probably be leaving the lake around lunchtime, as usual for me. I fish out of an old Hydrasport with a 140 Suzuki. Used to always put in at Chowning but now use Settlers Trace mostly.
I've been fishing more down towards the dam recently, but used to catch just as many up towards Van Buren. I really can't tell a difference myself. Good luck to ya tomorrow, I'll try to leave you a few...LOL!
Take care,
Greenfish

GREENFISH
11-10-2005, 04:28 PM
Arca,
Thanks for the info. I think I know the downed tree you're talking about. There's one in that area that almost always holds a few nice keepers. I'll be in an old Hydrasport with a 140 Suzuki with one or two other fellas. Good luck to ya.
Take care,
Greenfish

GREENFISH
11-12-2005, 11:56 PM
Friday's report,
We caught 13 keepers and a bunch of throwbacks. Caught most of them 7 - 9 ft deep over 20 fow using minnows under slipfloats. Water temp was 58.
Take care,
Greenfish

JCCLARK
11-14-2005, 06:42 AM
We caught a lot of small ones Friday too, we managed 11 that were
9 1/2" to 10 1/2"
We caught some on the sunny banks up in 2 ft of water.
Right up against the bank, I think they were sunning themselves.
Most all we caught were black crappie, only a couple of white crappies.

JamieCox
11-14-2005, 07:43 AM
Went friday. I only caught 9 keepers, however they were all good ones. I had three that were over 12 inches. The rest were about 10 inches. We started out in the river in the morning, and finished down by the dam. Do any of you guys fish for crappie in the winter at taylorsville? If so, how does it fish?

arca54
11-14-2005, 11:48 AM
you guys did better friday than i did maybe caught 20 but only 3 were keeper size and barely that i tried some new places for me but only dinks
what i did catch was 7ft deep in 15ft water was still 58degree

arca54
11-30-2005, 05:44 PM
went out for about 1.5 hrs this afternoon testing props and motor timing
didn't fish but water temp was 50 and very clear i don't remember seeing taylorsvile that clear before
is anybody fishing any