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    Has anyone fished for crappie in saltwater? Just reading about it today. I had no idea they were in saltwater. 🤷🏻*♂️
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    I have not heard that before. I have caught them in brackish waters.
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    Never heard of that.
    Don’t think they can survive salt water.
    They may be talking about speckled trout. Kinda look like crappie but have a couple teeth on top and bottom.
    Maybe you can post the article.
    I would be interested in reading.
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    No crappie in the ocean. However I have caught flounder and crappie in the same river. (Brackish water)
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    They sure can't tolerate any salinity here, they ball up in the last few miles of freshwater in the Pearl River when the salinity gets anywhere off freshwater.

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    Saltwater crappie fishing is like freshwater shark fishing.

    I’ve heard of crappie living in brackish water. If I were fishing brackish water, though, I would not be targeting crappie.
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    Well I just watched a video of it and they were not crappie. ��*♂️ But I also found this picture.
    sorry I guess I don’t know how to post a picture.
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    Flounder would be my target for inshore salt water. Mighty fine eating and a lot of fun to catch.
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    Those were pinfish they were catching out of the kayak in the YouTube video embedded in the link.
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