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    It was slow yesterday, only caught one ten incher in three hours. I tried one spot before I left and hooked into a giant black crappie that got hung in a brush pile and the hook pulled out. A couple casts later I hooked this big girl which measured 16.25". Second biggest crappie I ever released. Was using a 2" Keitech swim bait.Name:  IMG_2234.jpg
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    Wow, JJJ! That girl is a monster. Fat and healthy! Very nice catch, and darn near a PB. Congrats.
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    Nice to hear about fish that big being released.
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    Nice fish!!


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    That's a Slab, good catch. Use a Gekabijin hook on that jighead?
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    I used an Orient Sun jig hook. I was using an AJING SaqSas hand tie when I lost the big black crappie so I set that rod down and grabbed the swimbait rod. Glad I switched. Been having problems keeping crappie hooked with the AJING's. Bet I lost a dozen crappie in two days and losing that black crappie was the last straw. No problems losing fish with the regular SaqSas. I release all crappie 14" or over hoping to catch them again when they are even bigger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JUNGLEJIMJIGS View Post
    I used an Orient Sun jig hook. I was using an AJING SaqSas hand tie when I lost the big black crappie so I set that rod down and grabbed the swimbait rod. Glad I switched. Been having problems keeping crappie hooked with the AJING's. Bet I lost a dozen crappie in two days and losing that black crappie was the last straw. No problems losing fish with the regular SaqSas. I release all crappie 14" or over hoping to catch them again when they are even bigger.

    Curious as to what you are calling an "Ajing Saq Sas"? Nice fish.....


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    Nice catch !
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    I get some interesting looks releasing big crappie. Can’t eat but just so many tacos.
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    An excellent fish Jim! Makes you kinda proud to watch them swim off. Good Job!!
    Listen to your gut over all the other voices.
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