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jimmyjigger

Crappie spot

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Looking for any tips on locating some crappies on the chain. I see boats anchored at the river channel openings, but have not seen anything pulled in yet. We just got the camper set up on Schneider for the summer, so we are rookies to the chain.

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HUNTFISH69

sometimes the points/dropoffs on cedar island are worth a shot usaully around dusk, i know that it puts out a lot of crappies in winter, haven't fished it in summer for a while though.

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jimmyjigger

Thanks for the tip. I will give it a try this weekend and let ya know if it produces.

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Eric

Watch you locator this time of year. They should be bunched up near weeds or river channel.

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jimmyjigger

The wife and I were able to locate some crappies on the river channel in 2 feet of water. We kept enough for a meal and released a quite of few more. We also pulled a couple channel cats out of 2 feet of water. I have never caught cats that shallow or close to shore before.

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