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    I’d think the younger crappie would spawn more then the older ones,,,a body know for sure their breeding age?
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    Maybe gas prices $$$ will get some folks off water and give fish a break


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    The people catching big stringers with livescope were catching big stringers before livescope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gomer Snerd View Post
    The people catching big stringers with livescope were catching big stringers before livescope.

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    Just made it easier . We can single out bigger fish . Where it shines is when they move off structure you can hunt them down one at a time . At times when they refuse to move much to a bait or murkey water you can hold a bait on their nose if you have the skills . Took a friend yesterday and unless you held a bait right on a fish they would not bite . Some took many tries to entice a bite . Might have had trouble seeing it in the muddy water .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gomer Snerd View Post
    The people catching big stringers with livescope were catching big stringers before livescope.

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    I'd say the leaderboards of the crappie tournaments would not agree. Lots of new names up there that had never been seen until livescope. I figured by now there would be a No Scope Trail. LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by CatchumDeep View Post
    If something is not done very soon, a two pound crappie will become a rareity. I'd love to see a slot limit where anything over 14" would be illegal to keep. Take a picture and put them back. The smaller fish are way better to eat anyway. Livescope without a slot limit is ruining our lakes IMO.
    I agree fully. Turned this ole boy loose right after the pic was taken. I'll get him again someday.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoTennTitans View Post
    I agree fully. Turned this ole boy loose right after the pic was taken. I'll get him again someday.......
    That fish most likely not live very long even if no one catches it
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    If you throw that fish in the cooler it for sure won't live very long. Not a chance! LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by arkcrappie View Post
    I'd say the leaderboards of the crappie tournaments would not agree. Lots of new names up there that had never been seen until livescope. I figured by now there would be a No Scope Trail. LOL
    Excactly

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    Quote Originally Posted by NIMROD View Post
    That fish most likely not live very long even if no one catches it
    I know everything has a life expectancy including us and I've had numerous commercial fishermen at Sardis tell me they've seen crappie that were well in excess of 5 pounds in their nets. Does anyone know what is life expectancy of a crappie in a fertile lake in this area in years?

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