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    As far as crappie being relatively shallow, it's been my experience that there are nearly always crappie in 10' or less of water year around.


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    That makes me not want to swim. Shallow Summer Crappie
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    Does anybody cast crank baits when Crappie are shallow this time of year? Seems like a good way to way to catch bigger fish in late spring, never though about it in the summer.

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    I'm a little worried about getting hung up in the spots I've been catching them, but I'll give it a shot this weekend. I've tried trolling in the channel, but not casting with a single rod in shallow water. I'll film my trip and follow up if I have any sucess.

    Thanks for the suggestion!
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    Does anybody cast crank baits when Crappie are shallow this time of year? Seems like a good way to way to catch bigger fish in late spring, never though about it in the summer.
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