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  • White crappie to catch; black crappie to eat

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  • Black crappie to catch, white crappie to eat

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  • Black crappie for fishing and eating

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    Default White crappie vs Black Crappie


    For those who have caught and/or eaten both: please vote.
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    You need another that just says both, lol.

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    Black crappie for me. It may be all in my head but they seem to fight a little harder. They usually seem to taste a little better also. Like I said though it may just be all in my noggin. White crappie vs Black Crappie I will take either on any day White crappie vs Black Crappie
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smitty39365 View Post
    Black crappie for me. It may be all in my head but they seem to fight a little harder. They usually seem to taste a little better also. Like I said though it may just be all in my noggin. White crappie vs Black Crappie I will take either on any day White crappie vs Black Crappie
    Exactly I also like their look better too.
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    Black crappie certainly fight a little harder but I can't tell the difference in taste between a black and a white. Here in Texas the white crappie are larger on average.
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    Both to catch and eat.
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    I like them on a plate, when their fried, I cannot tell the difference.
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    Black crappie pull a little harder but for eating l can’t tell any difference.
    Both are good.


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    I think black fight a lil harder. If I was to fry them both up & put them on a plate in front of you you couldn't tell the difference. Just my opinion!!

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    I am happy with either one for eating and catching
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