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    Default Gold crappie ......

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Size:  40.2 KBWas watching a YouTube video from Matt on 3LB CRAPPIE and saw he posted about 7 different species of crappie, one of which are called a gold crappie. Has anyone ever seen or caught one?
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    I don't think there are that many "species" of Crappie, but there certainly are several variations other than the Black & White Crappie.

    I would assume these are the "7" he was referring to :

    Black Crappie
    White Crappie
    Hybrid Crappie (natural hybrid)
    Blacknose Black Crappie (Black Crappie w/marking gene)
    Magnolia Crappie (lab produced hybrid)
    Blacknose White Crappie (natural hybrid)
    Golden Crappie

    I've only seen/caught the first 4 ... but I've seen pics of all 7 versions.

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    I have heard of them there was a guy in the newspaper not long ago that caught one. There very rare because normally they are singled out and eaten according to TWRA. But they do exist


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    Beautiful fish! Never seen anything like that in this neck of the woods.
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    seen a few photos of them , seen one that appeared to be a white with that gold coloration mutation as well .
    the number 8 fish is a black with NO markings and I have seen at least 3 of those ,2 of them I managed myself.
    some of the "species" are not species but just color variables btw
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    Good looking crappie
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle

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    Must be the Corona virus. At least, that's what the news media blames for everything else

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    We have those in Ok if you know where to look.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Redge View Post
    We have those in Ok if you know where to look.


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    so the implication is you might know where to look for a gold crappie I take it …...hmmmmmm

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    As time goes on I'm seeing more and more variations...... My home lake for years only had white crappie and all of a sudden there were as many black crappie then came the black nose on the black crappie and as of now I've caught two white crappie with the black stripe down its nose......
    No telling what's coming next......
    I knew I caught that one "white black nose crappie" but it was brought to my attention that I had caught another in a different skscrappiecatchingadventure vid...... WOW.....
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