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Is there any Rhyme or Reason as to why roads go to where they go, and groups form where they form...Other then fish have been caught there....

If you look at the lack of structure, and all other factors....A conclusion that there are infinate numbers of Crappies in Red is made. Its shallow enough that they don't seem to school, but rather seem to cruise in small groups.

So in all the area to cover, having some cruise through your 8 inch hole means that there are plenty of fish, that will probably even die of old age before an angler ever catches them.

PCG

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Crappies seem to be in the area of the south cribs all year.

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PCG,

How is it that you deduct the crappies on red cruise in small groups?
There has been reports of shools of crappies seen from the air the size of city blocks. Some reports from pilots in the spring have reported even bigger. Did you come to the conclusion that there are infinite numbers of crappies in Red on your own? Or did you consult with Sherlock Holmes? LOL

Good Luck

Ukes

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It's because PCG's knowledge is infinate.

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