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    Default any tips for fishing lakes from shore?

    title says it all pretty much. I don't have a boat and unfortunately don't plan on getting one, but I do love crappie fishing. Any tips?

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    Christmas is coming up. Ask for a float tube.


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    Bank fishermen cast way out. Boat fishermen fish next to the bank.

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    Find some deep water if possible and docks can be really good places. The spring spawn you can catch a bunch bank fishing.

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    fan cast deep water off steep banks . cast as far out as you can . bring it back very SLOWLY ...patience is often the key
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    slip corks with minnows work for me if deep water is close by. Dropshotting gulp minnows has pulled up crappie for me.
    Oh I could wrestle a monster fish

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    Slip bobber and a Bud.


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    Quote Originally Posted by deathb4disco View Post
    Christmas is coming up. Ask for a float tube.


    Would that work in winter?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gomer Snerd View Post
    Bank fishermen cast way out. Boat fishermen fish next to the bank.

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    What do you mean?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cane Pole View Post
    Slip bobber and a Bud.


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    Thanks. I have been using just a jig and think I need to start with the bobber as well


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