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    Default Creek inlets

    There is a inlet near me that connects to a larger river (the Pimmit run to Potomac River) and I was wondering if that is a good place for crappie in late summer/early fall (Iím in VA). If not that should be a good place for bluegills and other sunfish right?


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    I would think so. As the weather cools they will be moving to more shallow waters following the baitfish.
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    Ok awesome. Going to have to hike down there this weekend and try my hand


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    If you can find some blow downs or submerged brush give that a shot too.
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    Defidently w the down trees. I love fishing a downed tree cause thereís always fish there. Havenít done much brush though thanks for the advice. Looks like it setting up to be a good trip


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    Upon a quick look up on google, it looks like where pimmit run enters the potomac makes a slight bend. I can see some downed trees (granted don't know how old the image is I'm looking at) but with that run entrance and the river bend should be a good place for drifts to build. Also looks like some good sized rocks.
    Minnows or minnow imitation lures on the smaller size should produce mid way of the water column.

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    But of luck, let us know how it goes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackjeepjk View Post
    Upon a quick look up on google, it looks like where pimmit run enters the potomac makes a slight bend. I can see some downed trees (granted don't know how old the image is I'm looking at) but with that run entrance and the river bend should be a good place for drifts to build. Also looks like some good sized rocks.
    Minnows or minnow imitation lures on the smaller size should produce mid way of the water column.
    Should I try and go near the downed and the bends at the mouth of the river? I have some worms and was also planning on using Mr. Crappie white 1/32 ounce jigs and the trout magnet jig.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BuckeyeCrappie View Post
    But of luck, let us know how it goes.
    Yessir! Iím trying to get out tmrw so I will let yíall know


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    Quote Originally Posted by castingcole View Post
    Should I try and go near the downed and the bends at the mouth of the river? I have some worms and was also planning on using Mr. Crappie white 1/32 ounce jigs and the trout magnet jig.


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    Sounds like a good plan to start.
    They key is to find that first one. Depth and speed of lure, remember what what they were and duplicate after catch.



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