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    HaHaHaHaHaaaaaa, yeah on my boat is time to roll when traffic gets stupid like that....
    I usually hit the high traffic areas early and if needed I'll finish my hideaways after the wakers get to the lake....
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    It is funny how the lakes are different. I have done great at the bridge on Palestine since the spawn was over. Now, the surface water is around 82 degrees and they are now moving out to brush. Not catching near as many there. Would limit out everytime for the last couple months, but now it is hit and miss. Looking forward to getting out with LPA and another guy that is a guide and learning more of the brush pile techniques. But back to the original, it is funny how the different lakes are just that, diffferent. Spawn happens at different times etc. The lakes may be 60 miles apart and when the spawn is over at one, it is starting at another.
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    black crappie tend to hang to the concrete in the summer months under bridges early in the day . not many folks understand the eating habits real well on the 2 different species . there is a big plankton type thing about 1/4 inch long that likes to hang around under bridges early in the day .
    the white crappie love to chase shad herds and often wait in ambush and or rest during the day in piles and along timber edges . knowing more about the crappie will put you on them more frequently .
    that said bridges are just a spot to get when its hot and you need shade most of the time in the summer
    deep water timber on Palestine would be where I would look myself this time of year
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    Yep Aquilla was good under the bridge this weekend. 19 foot of water catching them 8 to 10 foot. Wasn't to hot in the shade either. 85 degree surface and a little muddy but it was all good. Game Warden almost swamped the Hobie twice but they still haven't wanted to check me. Three trips now and they just wave as they pass.

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