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    I use hand tied jigs early in the year in cold...

    I use hand tied jigs early in the year in cold water, (below 60 F). Just holding the rod provides enough movement of the feathers to attract crappie
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    Assuming you have the crappie pegged for this...

    Assuming you have the crappie pegged for this time of year. I would start by locating the channel where the crappie would normally be. I would then move toward the current waters edge until I hit 6 -...
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    So, they haven't spawned yet. This roller coaster...

    So, they haven't spawned yet. This roller coaster spring weather has made the spawn difficult to cover this year
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    Thank-you, thank-you for the post. KSOutdoors has...

    Thank-you, thank-you for the post. KSOutdoors has not updated their fishing report, for the NE Region, since mid-April. I went to Douglas Co Friday and caught 4, from the bank, right away. Then...
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    I've only ever used goldfish for flatheads

    I've only ever used goldfish for flatheads
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    Very Nice! I've never seen crappie that color of...

    Very Nice! I've never seen crappie that color of green.

    I lived in South Central Massachusetts for 4 years. I could never catch a keeping size crappie. I did find them in a couple of "Ponds"....
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    Nice fish for a windy day. I believe by this...

    Nice fish for a windy day. I believe by this weekend crappie will start staging near the banks
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    like the old wash/ringer tubs? Wife has a single...

    like the old wash/ringer tubs? Wife has a single and a double. She uses the single for a patio planter. I put a waterproof lid on the double. Use it for storing gardening tools in the warmer weather...
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    Gills are good eat'n too!

    Gills are good eat'n too!
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    Nice. I'm excited to see you caught them from...

    Nice. I'm excited to see you caught them from shore. I'm in NE Kansas. Last week our lakes were still mostly ice covered. It's been warm and windy though. I might try for some bank crappie next week....
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    Clinton today

    Wife and I drove out to Clinton Lake today. Still 99% frozen. Little open water around the edges. Ponds around me are ice free. Supposed to be warmer this week. I'm betting a majority of the ice, on...
  12. There are several choices for fork tail baits. I...

    There are several choices for fork tail baits. I prefer Crappie Magnets. Hang horizontal and live action tail. Early in the year, in cold water below 60 degrees, I don't even move them. Dead stick...
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    My rope is about 25ft and works well for me. The...

    My rope is about 25ft and works well for me. The boat ramps I use all have docks for loading and unloading. I can push the boat off and walk it to the end of a dock and tie it off while I park the...
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    I've used Slab sauce the last two years. I find...

    I've used Slab sauce the last two years. I find it most effective early in the year when the water is cold. Early year, cold water, crappie fishing I use feather jigs. I barely move them. the water...
  15. Welcome Art and happy birthday! I'm from NE...

    Welcome Art and happy birthday! I'm from NE Kansas and don't know much about Kingman state lake. What I do know is El Dorado Lake is an excellent crappie lake. A bit of a hike for you at about 1.5...
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    We get our share of ice storms. They're...

    We get our share of ice storms. They're definitely no fun. This year I switched from paint to fingernail polish. Dries very quickly and very hard
  17. Thread: Bank fishing

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    I'll bank fish early and late in the year. Mostly...

    I'll bank fish early and late in the year. Mostly when water temps are still below 50 degrees. I know public lakes holding brush piles accessible from the bank and still in 12-14 ft of water. I've...
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    I find painted jig heads do make a difference in...

    I find painted jig heads do make a difference in cold water. Once the water temp gets above low 60's I switch to unpainted jigs......Most of the time. There are still some days with cloudy conditions...
  19. Kansas in July-Aug-Early Sept. when temps are...

    Kansas in July-Aug-Early Sept. when temps are over 95 degrees the the dew point exceeds 70. Oh the crappie bite will still be good. But, you're sweating so much you're soaked to the bone. I've caught...
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    I looked at them closely before deciding I wanted...

    I looked at them closely before deciding I wanted to go bigger and purchased a 190 TX. The 175 TF looks like a great boat. If I were buying it I would insist on the 75 HP motor option. The 75 is...
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    Starting to paint jig heads. I've got some new...

    Starting to paint jig heads. I've got some new colors to try. Metallic fingernail polish various shades. Also have 2 metallic nail polishes that change color with sunlight. I'm starting with a flat...
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    I usually find crappie, this time of year, under...

    I usually find crappie, this time of year, under the shad schools suspended at 12-15ft in about 30+ ft of water. I usually don't see anything on the fish finder except shad. I drop a jig through the...
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    I was at Perry Yacht and Marina a week ago. Very...

    I was at Perry Yacht and Marina a week ago. Very slow. And, I was told Rock Creek Marina is closed to fishing. Everyone at the Yacht dock were fishing deeper water, (20-30 ft). Jigs or minnows did...
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    When I dock fish, in cold weather, jig head...

    When I dock fish, in cold weather, jig head colors can make a significant difference. Spring, summer and fall not so much. Last winter I hit a couple days fishing where red headed jigs outperformed...
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    There have been years were I had a decent day, in...

    There have been years were I had a decent day, in late October, and caught keeping size crappie from the bank
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    Crappie are rarely deeper than 15 foot. Not much...

    Crappie are rarely deeper than 15 foot. Not much oxygen below the thermocline which is generally at 15-18 ft. In the heat of summer, I'll often fish along old river, or creek beds, in 25-30 ft of...
  27. Thread: LOZ

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    LOZ

    I take an annual vacation either to Lake of the Ozarks or Taneycomo every year the first full week of October. I like both of these choices because I do not need to bring my boat. This year was LOZ...
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    You've got some of the best darn smallmouth...

    You've got some of the best darn smallmouth stream fishing anywhere......Look for some of the smaller lakes. You could also make trips to Missouri and fish Table Rock. The river entrance at...
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    I sometimes cast with my B'n'M 10 ft Sam Heaton....

    I sometimes cast with my B'n'M 10 ft Sam Heaton. It far and away outcasts my 6ft spinning rod
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    Very nice! I usually make an early October trip...

    Very nice! I usually make an early October trip to one of the Missouri trout parks or Taneycomo
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