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I have been catching crappies on Kraemer and Upper Spunk but the size is a little small. Has anyone been on Kings lake for crappies?? Trying to find some bigger ones.

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Caught some really nice ones (9"-13")on the river yesterday by accident walleye fishing. They were hitting a 3/8oz jig with a fathead!!! I didn't keep any but i caught a dozen keepers or so.

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How deep are you finding the crappies? I have not been able to find any when I have gone out.

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I have found them in 15-22 feet. Sometimes i will mark them on the vex in 30+ but i havent fished at that depth yet. I would think that those might be the bigger ones.

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I've shared the same results 15-22 FOW. I found them near a deep hole on the river with a 14' bar that runs through it and they seem to be all over the edge of the bar. Was out yesterday and it was just walleye and rock bass there don't know where the crappies moved too?

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