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    Default Crappie around Wilmington?

    Anyone knows some good kayak lakes around Wilmington? These jetski rednecks makes it impossible to go out on the saltwater. Crappie around Wilmington?

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    The NE Cape Fear River ramp has creeks nearby. Fish any laydown tree. Also the smaller feeder creeks off the river all hold crappie. It's largely an untapped fishery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by roach1 View Post
    The NE Cape Fear River ramp has creeks nearby. Fish any laydown tree. Also the smaller feeder creeks off the river all hold crappie. It's largely an untapped fishery.
    Which ramp are u talking about?



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    The one in Castle Hayne.
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    The Hurricane devastated the fishing down here. Many folks are ahving a hard time just catching bream.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jack View Post
    The Hurricane devastated the fishing down here. Many folks are ahving a hard time just catching bream.
    Never caught a bream before.. heard they are good eating though


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    There are huge crappie in Greenfield lake it's just that I wouldn't eat any of them. Also......I fish creeks and rivers in Brunswick county primarily and I have not noticed a drop off since the storm. Up in Pender county the creeks and fish population up there took a beating however.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roach1 View Post
    There are huge crappie in Greenfield lake it's just that I wouldn't eat any of them. Also......I fish creeks and rivers in Brunswick county primarily and I have not noticed a drop off since the storm. Up in Pender county the creeks and fish population up there took a beating however.
    Why u not eating them? The whole point of crappie is to be eaten cuz they don't pull up a fightCrappie around Wilmington?


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    Spend a little time on Greenfield lake and it will all make sense. Bass, jacks, break, perch, crappie, etc. call that lake home. Perfect for a yak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roach1 View Post
    Spend a little time on Greenfield lake and it will all make sense. Bass, jacks, break, perch, crappie, etc. call that lake home. Perfect for a yak.
    Where do I launch the yak?



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