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GreyGoose

Whitefish chain crappies

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Just lookin for some pointer on crappie fishing the chain. Any help is appreciated. Thanks

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There suspended near the drop offs, usually deep water. A good cabbage weed line in about 12-15 FOW is prime habitat, like to get out there about an hour before sundown and slow troll a 1/16 oz mister twister until I hit a couple, then I might anchor and toss the jig around. Dont really need minnows. Sometimes you get a bonus wally mixed in. They seem to really heat up near sundown.

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thanks! anyone else?

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