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Anyone have knowledge of locating crappies on Rush lake and the ability to catch them consistently? Information would be greatly appreciated(especially by my wife).

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Right now they are in the reeds. Tough to fish in the wind. 16-20ft cane poles with 10 lb. line and slip bobber have worked the best. Find the deepest reeds but the denser the better and drop a 16th oz. yellow jig and minnow straight down with the cane pole. Less tangles this way. Try a new spot if they not there. Sunny, stable weather is better.

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