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    Default Brush size

    What is the minimum and maximum height of tree limbs you would use in 20 fow?

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    I would say 3ft minimum and no higher than 10ft in 20ft water. If stained waters all the time then maybe a little taller.


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    I'd shoot for half the water column so 20' would be 10' tall but can be less or more than this as anything is better than nothing.
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    Half height sounds good . Most of ours is sunk in 4 to 16' with average of 8' of water . We try to keep it below the low water mark . But sometimes Crappie will suspend right over brush very shallow . I like the option for them to move vertically .
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    Hello ! Good articel

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    A good rule of thumb is to go straight lines from shallow to deep creating a row of cover being aware of the seasonal draw down in the body of water as well as the average summer thermocline, go slightly below it for fall winter fishing.
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