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    Default A perfect 30 degree angle

    I mean it was just perfection , might have EVEN been a 35 degree angle though . All I know factually is the outside temperature went from 100 to around 70 ,maybe lower and it was fun to angle in that for sure !
    So as we angled in those cool temperatures and wind came from the north we lit them up on the south side of large crappie holding cover ,then within the 2 hour window we angled the temperature rose like an oven on preheat and the wind flipped 180 degrees and in then end nothing really changed .
    Except the fish were now all on the north sides on all the crappie cover ....
    Ketchn crappie 101 , downwind side of the structure is likely where they will hang around in most situations .
    Some of the age old techniques were employed on this adventure like marker buoy placement and we left with a really good pile of fish at 10 am , started at 8 am .
    seemed to be not really picky at the 3 spots we hit and all 3 spots were pitch the bait and set the hook action . LOTS of 9 to 11 inch fish in the mix with a few up over 12 inches .
    My bud said he had a tough trip there the day before because of the front and to be very sure this is how crappie angling can be . If I said we probably managed well over 200 fish in 2 hours you would say ,no way .
    Then I would say like always come watch sometime and see for yourself , 3 old anglers in an old boat with old equipment can git er dun
    So right when you think you need technology and high end stuff to properly angle for crappie , my thought is that you just need to angle like you mean it .
    KABOOM is the word yawl
    p.s. some of them fish was thumping like a hammer ,no fish were managed in depths beyond 10 feet deep water and most came out of 6 foot deep waters .
    water was well over 80 degrees and the fish were really frisky critters .
    image 2 you might notice my buddy fighting one right under the fish i am holding ,good times for sure .
    AND YES my trusty Crappie.com ball cap went into the perfect angle with me
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    Those are some good ones
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle

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    Nice pics and KABOOM as always!

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    Just a dumb question from someone still trying to get better at this,in a 2 hour trip you used all those different baits??I tend to be to stubborn with changing at times so just wondering.


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    Ive been looking for a fork tailed jig body like that. What is that? I know I've seen or similar before but can't place what it is or where Ive seen them. I click and browse so much I cant keep track.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TreednNC View Post
    Ive been looking for a fork tailed jig body like that. What is that? I know I've seen or similar before but can't place what it is or where Ive seen them. I click and browse so much I cant keep track.
    Those come from Limits Tackle. Contact Steve on facebook or Limits Tackle website. The website is still being constructed but has contact info.
    Thanks Ketchn thanked you for this post

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ketchn View Post
    35 100 70 2 101 10 3 3 9 11 12 200 2 3 10 2
    Too Many numbers, I couldn't keep up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Damion Kidd View Post
    Just a dumb question from someone still trying to get better at this,in a 2 hour trip you used all those different baits??I tend to be to stubborn with changing at times so just wondering.


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    I change colors frequently to see if something matters more than something else . If I get bit every drop no change, it slows or stops, her I go , I did also use 2 different rods btw
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    My question is are you changing baits so much due to getting going up or are you feeling the need to improve your bite
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ketchn View Post
    I change colors frequently to see if something matters more than something else . If I get bit every drop no change, it slows or stops, her I go , I did also use 2 different rods btw
    Gotcha. Thanks for the info.


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