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Crappies think they are pike

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Don't know why but the crappies are snapping everything in close. Pretty crazy when you start catching crappies on big Husky Jerks and Musky Snacks crankbaits but they where hitting them when I was pike fishing in the shallow weeds. Switched to a small jig and minnow under a bobber and *presto* livewell full of crappies. Went to the next spot three miles down the shore to fish for pike and caught a crappie on a Musky Killer Bucktail? What the...?

One thing is for sure those crappies do land nice on a 8'9" MH rod and 65 pound Suffix super braid. grin.gif

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Man Jon, your always making me get more tackle. LOL grin.gif

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HA, why can I see a bunch of guys casting big bucktails on ultralights next weekend. grin.gif

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