Glendale crappie tips

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2011/06/14 11:57:32 (permalink)

Glendale crappie tips

I plan to do some Crappie fishin the end of june and through summer on glendale, i never really targeted crappie and would like some tips as to how to catch them...or even when and where...i will be using the pontoon boat...thanks for any tips or ideas!
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    RE: Glendale crappie tips 2011/06/16 20:55:56 (permalink)
    I was out for a few hours yesterday afternoon and did pretty good. PM me and I will let you know how/where.

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    RE: Glendale crappie tips 2011/06/26 10:49:54 (permalink)
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    RE: Glendale crappie tips 2011/06/26 18:55:39 (permalink)
    was on lake at 6 yesterday morn...fished the end of the lake where killbuck run comes in...caught a few small ones...missed alot....used minnies on a #10 hook, tail hook minnie but it didnt leave much hook...might go to a 8 next time

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    RE: Glendale crappie tips 2011/06/26 23:03:54 (permalink)
    you dont have to hide the hook from crappie!! my tip to you would be a trout magnet hook, they come weighted and just tail hook the minnie. that way there not focusing on the sinker abover the bait. just a thought for ya!! goodluck
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    RE: Glendale crappie tips 2011/06/27 11:17:11 (permalink)
    Makes sense to me...will be trying that soon!...thx

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    RE: Glendale crappie tips 2011/06/29 12:00:49 (permalink)
    When I use minnows I hook them between the eyes with a bait appropriate sized hook,if I am using a mini-foo,I hook them under the jaw & through the top of the head. These methods seem to keep them alive longer & definatly prevents line twist & tearing off of the bait while reeling in & casting.Also the smaller hooks don't get hung as much in cover & doesn't seem to lose many fish. sam
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    RE: Glendale crappie tips 2011/06/29 15:58:58 (permalink)
    I would never question crappie catching techniques with anyone named Mr Crappie!..WF
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    RE: Glendale crappie tips 2011/06/29 22:22:21 (permalink)
    Sound advise lol , Actualy my friends called me that before I joined the forums because I love fishing for crappie ,not that I would be mistaken for a expert. sam
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