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Thread: Bamboo Crappie Condos

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    caught 3 good ones on Saturday. Hope it will be better Friday. I need more condos out there.

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    Hi Brad,

    That is a good start...Probably will get better...

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    caught 3 tonight in about an hour. Big one was 15 inches. The bite was soft, so I miss a few. Not bad for a Rookie.
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    Hi Brad,

    Nice looking crappie...If the bite is soft....You can try the slip bobber method...Sometimes, the crappie want the minnow more than a jig....Plus you can fish a couple rods at a time...Did you catch those off the boo?...Looks like they are starting pay off gradually..


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    I fished two rods w/ slip corks... I fished a jig alittle, but no bites on it.

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    Hi brad, I have caught fish on condo the same day thet I put them in. I usually put in over 250 condos and stake beds a year, not all hold fish. I would estimate that 2 out of 10 will not be very good. You might have to try a different depth or current to get the fish to locate on your condos.
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    No bamboo in New york at least not where i live....

    We use pine tree's
    Most of my day's have been Crappie one;s :D

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    use PVC but know where you put them . fish finders have a hard time showing thwm up .i use a GPS . a good finder will show them with the sensitivity set high .any kind and color of pipe will work . some use black pipe .
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    Jerry great idea I think I will try this on Lake Lanier we have lots of bamboo here and papasage the pvc looks great too I will alos give it a try Hope you get well soon. Read another thread about crappie books and you guys are right much more info here.GOOD FISHING TO ALL DW

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    planns for a stake bed driver . think this was posted some where . can`t find it but i did save it in my picture album.:D

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