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  • rudyglove27
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    Agreed with matouse3 and + 1 for you sir!!!

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  • CavRecon
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    Structure, primarily timber and sunken brush.

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  • hunterkid94
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    Around the edge of the lake, by fallen trees, brush, etc. and by some boat docks and under the docked pontoon boats.

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  • samuel wilson
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    trees in the lake

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  • 007Dom
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    cheak by fallen logs and stuff like that.

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  • walleye fisherman
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    Always check around structure. Crappie love structure to hang around whether that be a dock, fallen tree, bridges, weeds, anything. Get yourself some jigs and minnows/worms and you will catch plenty. Good luck fishin'!

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  • buckhunter
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    Dang, you guys are quick.

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  • Big O
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    Find the structure you'll find the fish. +1 for you matouse3. Spring/ shallow, summer/deep.
    Good luck and good fishing.

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  • matouse3
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    Use your fish finder to locate some structure down pretty deep. They like to hang by sunken trees/logs and such. I'd use minnows and keep moving till you find them.

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  • jbwill9
    started a topic Got any tips for locating crappie on a new lake?

    Got any tips for locating crappie on a new lake?

    Got any tips for locating crappie on a new lake?

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