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What kind of structure or cover do you look for when your crappie fishing during winter.

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  • Andrew Sandstrom
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    i fish gull lake alot in Minnesota and i have had alot of luck on points. and caught alot of fish in about 20 feet of water.

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  • JustTakeMeHunting14
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    around stickups, docks, and points. If you can find a lake where christmas trees are dropped off in the water after the holidays and you can find out where that spot is, your golden.

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  • Ncarl
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    Im talking soft water. Forgot to mention.

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  • maynardtl8
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    I find crappies suspended in the column over deeper water relating to bottom structure such as drops, deep tapering points, and humps. Dont forget bridges is find one with good pilings and structure under the water.

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  • rickyno5
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    ...a hole in the ice lol

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  • allegnmtn
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    I'm giving my answer as related to ice fishing but I suppose it applies to winter "soft water" too.

    I typically find crappie and other pan fish in 8-15 feet of water off shore at least 10-15 feet around structure like bush piles but a small hump on a flat structure-less area can be really productive too.

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  • scratchgolf72
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    always caught them around docks

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